James M. K. is fifty years old. He is married and they have two children aged twenty-three and twenty-one years old. His business is located at Kiganjo, a very business market in Thika. Thika is the region in Kenya known for production of pineapples.
James has been running a fuel station for the last five years. He says the major challenge in this kind of business is price fluctuations therefore dissatisfied customers. However, he works very hard to keep his business doing well. He is using his loan of Kes 65,000 to buy fuel to expand his business. In future, he hopes to open many outlets. He is a very innovative man.