Regina N. is 37 years old and sells potatoes at the Githurai 45 market. She is married to Peter Mwangi, who is a businessman; together, they have three children. Regina was introduced to Kadet by the credit officer in charge of the Thika Road office, and this will be her first loan with Kadet.
Regina has been running her potato business for four years, and her monthly income is 6,000 KES. With a loan of 10,000 KES, she plans to purchase more potatoes to sell. If the loan boosts business, she will increase her stock further and begin selling as a wholesaler.
Regina, who describes herself as hardworking, wants her business to raise her family's standard of living and wants to educate her children further.
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