Parsitau is 38 years old. He is married and has two children, aged four and six. Parsitau has been working in the livestock trading business for seven years. He sells livestock to butchers to the KMC, Kajiado, and Kitengela markets. Parsitau describes himself as hardworking.
Parsitau has applied for a loan of 40,000 KES to buy more livestock for his business. This will include two cows, five goats, and five sheep. This will be Parsitau’s second loan with KADET. He has been a good client who repays his loan well.
Parsitau plans to use the proceeds from his loan to buy a truck to transport livestock to the market. In the future, he hopes to start supplying more livestock to surrounding markets.
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