Nanziga Kwagalana Group-Mpigi
With this line of business combined with his mondus operandi, he has made progress by leaps and bounds. A business that started off small is now grown, principally due to the stable and reliable price of coffee on the local market.
Patrick also does farming and animal husbandry. In a month, he makes 450,000 shillings. This married father of eight likes to describe himself as God-fearing and diligent. With this loan, he wants to purchase more coffee for resale and also pay his farm laborers.
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