He runs an electronics shop. He has been in this business for ten years, and right now his monthly income is Kshs 6,000. He is requesting a loan of Kshs 80,000 which he plans to use as follows: Kshs 65,000 to purchase a motor bike, and Kshs 15,000 to add stock to the electronics shop.
He plans to save the anticipated profits for emergencies and for future use. This is his fifth loan, and he has successfully paid off his previous loans. His plans and hopes are to be a successful businessman, support his family well, and educate his children to a high level.
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