Jackson Kipsongok M. has been a tailor and a hawker at the same time, selling second hand clothes. He is 88 years old, married to Lidiah M., and they have five children aged 37, 30, 27, 25 and 18 years old. Out of the hawking business, Jackson earns a profit of 8,500 KES per month.
He is applying for his seventh loan from KADET LTD after successfully paying back the other loans, which he plans to use to buy material for clothes making. With the anticipated profits from the expanded business, he plans to grow the business for his wife by establishing for her a well-designed boutique.
Jackson hopes to own expand on his business, which will enable him to provide more for his family's basic needs, and also to see his children be enlighten through education and become successful in life.
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