Mr. Missewou is 36 years old. He is married and has two dependent children. His profession is making shoes and bags for sale. He stocks up in Niger, in Mali and in Lomé, Togo’s capital. He launched this business in 1995 and sells his wares at 103 Wahala St. He is requesting a loan to purchase 50 leather hides and five boxes of glue.
Monsieur Missewou a 36 ans et marié. IL a 2 enfants à charge. Il exerce comme métier la fabrication et la vente des chaussures et sacs. Il s’approvisionne au Niger, au Mali et à Lomé la capitale du Togo. Il a commencé en 1995 son activité et revend les marchandises sur 103 Rue, Wahala. Il demande un prêt pour acheter 50 cuirs et 5 boîtes de colle.
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