Kabirizi Kwetungura A, Kihihi Group
Bosco buys goats and pigs from the surrounding villages which he slaughters and gets ready for selling to his genuine customers who have supported him this long. His business has grown to the extent that he has been able to have his children undergo education. He reveals that, in a month, he makes 360,000 Ugandan shillings and also makes some additional income through his side business.
Bosco’s drawback is having small stock of goats and pigs in his business. Therefore, would like to use this loan to restock his business by buying more animals for his daily butcher job. His future plans are to expand his business and improve his sales revenue.
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