John Ntuala, 30 years old, is married to Sayiaton, a farmer, and together they have a 4-year-old child, Naserian, in class one. They live in Enkaroni village in Kajiado. John trades livestock at the busy Bissil market in Kajiado. He sells his livestock to butchers in Kitengela and Kajiado for slaughter and to Kenya meat commission suppliers.
John was introduced to KADET by the credit officer in charge of the Kitengela office. He has been running his livestock trading business for a period of two years and he makes a monthly profit of KES 4,000.
John has applied for his first loan from KADET, which he plans to use as follows: KES 20,000 to buy cows, KES 5,000 to buy goats and KES 5,000 to buy sheep, all for trading. If the loan boosts the business, he will buy a piece of land and build commercial houses. John’s dream is to open a butchery in Kajiado and start supplying meat to Nairobi. He describes himself as hardworking and focused.
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