Patrick has been selling clothes for about three years and earns 15,000 Kenyan shillings (KES) per month. He also has a motorbike which he uses to offer transport services to his neighbours while his wife, Stella, manages the clothes business. Patrick and Stella do not have any children yet.
He was introduced to KADET Ltd. by a group already registered with KADET and he is applying for his second loan of 60,000 KES with which he plans to buy more second-hand clothes for sale.
In the future he plans to grow his business and own a boutique.
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