Nyakabare Bakyara Tutungukye Group
Happy began with an agro sales business. She relied on profits from this business to begin the pub. At the pub, she sells a variety of hard and soft alcoholic beverages. Happy says despite being busy at her pub, she still finds some time, especially on the weekends, to oversee her agro produce sales business. If she does not find time, she says she delegates the running of the business to her brother.
Happy says with determination, hard work and prayers she will achieve even more than she has achieved now. She says the only limit is the sky. Weekly, this business generates her 120,000 UGX as sales profits. Happy intends to use this Kiva loan to purchase more crates of hard and soft alcoholic beverages to sell at her pub.
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