Parsanika O. P., 45, is married and the father of four children: John, aged 18 years, in college; Silus, aged 11 years, in class six; Susan, aged 16 years, in form one, and Mary, aged 14 years, in class eight. They live in Kitengela.
Parsanika is a livestock trader and his business is at Kitengela market, which is a busy market where most of his clients are.
He was introduced to KADET Ltd. by a client of KADET. Parsanika’s business of 12 years gives him a monthly profit of KES 5,000. This loan of KES 80,000 is his first loan from KADET Ltd. With it, he plans to purchase more livestock for sale.
If the loan boosts his business, he plans to open a butchery. Parsanika dreams of becoming a sO. meat supplier in Kitegela. He describes himself as hardworking.
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