Kirera Twebeisho Group, Bushenyi
Godfrey’s business has grown to the extent that he has been able to educate all his three children. In a month, he reveals he makes close to 200,000 Ugandan shillings. He also sells matooke (plantain) as a source of side income and makes some additional income through his retail shop.
Godfrey’s drawback is having only a small amount of stock in his businesses. Therefore, he would like to use this loan to restock his retail shop and also buy more animals.
Godfrey’s future plans are to expand his business and improve his sales revenue.
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