Wellington has operated his cereal store in Naivasha for the last two years. He buys cereals in bulk directly from farmers and then sells them at the local market. He is 48 years old, married to Susan and they have two school-aged children. He was introduced to Kiva's partner, KADET, by one of KADET's field officers and this will be his third loan. He repaid all of his previous loans on time. Wellington plans to use the requested loan to buy more bags of maize and beans to sell in his store. In the future, Wellington hopes to grow his business and become a large supplier of cereals in Naivasha.
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