Buhumuliro Bahereza Group
Monday has a business selling produce such as maize, grains, beans, millet and matooke to transporters from Kampala and Mbarara. He is able to make 40,000 UGX in weekly profits. He is happy that he can get some of his supplies from his own garden since he is also a farmer.
Monday has been in this business for 8 years, after moving from a fish selling business in Matsyoro. His dream is to be able to have multiple businesses – one for each season, since most of the businesses are seasonal.
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