Samuel, age 44, owns and operates a barber shop, which is his primary business. He also also runs a grocery store just outside his barber shop. He has been running these businesses for 13 years, earning him a monthly income of KES. 15,000. His wife, Hannah, runs a salon business. They are blessed with two children: John, age 10, and Mary, who is six months old.
This is his third loan cycle from KADET Ltd, and he has successfully repaid both his previous loans. He will use his new loan funds to buy shaving machines, surgical spirit, and other utilities required in a barber shop. He also wants to buy more grocery supplies to offer for sale.
Samuel hopes to be able to support the full education of his children. He hopes eventually to establish his business in tandem with his wife's salon.
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