This 31-year-old was a business intermediary before he began his small retail business in Bugoba in Mukono. His business now has a longevity span of five years.
W. Moses’ winning calling card during the course of these five years has been his resilience and courage in the face of financial difficulties. With this he has built on his experience, an experience that has played into his hands.
Having gone through this trivial-round mill, Moses is now taking a long view. He is looking at going into a wholesale business. He is widely optimistic on the basis of the 528,300 shillings he makes a month and the fact that he is also applying for this loan. With other businesses like the kiosk and video hall he operates, Moses anticipates his savings will grow.
The purchase of rice and dried beans for his shop is what he is planning to do with this loan money. His three children are all in school and he is happily married.