Patrick is married. He and his wife have three children whom they support. Patrick describes himself as hardworking, honest and trustworthy.
Patrick has been in the clothes-selling business for two years. With this loan, he plans to add more to the stock of clothes that he has for sale so that he can satisfy his customers with a variety of choices. Part of his additional stock will includes baby clothes, as these are greatly in demand. Patrick's business is located in an open air market, thus he has access to many customers.
With his extra profits, he desires to be able to provide for basic needs for the family. In the future, Patrick hopes to grow his business and build rental houses and own a matatu.
He was introduced to KADET by group members, and he is acquiring his first loan. He has never borowed from any other MFI.
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