Sakina has applied for a loan from Asasah for her elder son. With the loan amount he will buy chicken in bulk because EID Season (Muslims' occasion for celebration, which comes after Ramadan) is near and after Ramadan, the wedding season will be starting and the demand for chicken will be increased. So Sakina is very sure that her son will be able to make good income in these seasons.
Sakina is in her 2nd loan cycle. Earlier she invested loan money in her son’s business of hosiery, which resulted in increase of profits for him. She has proven herself to be a very responsible loan user of Asasah in her first year of loan.
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