Benjamin is 33 years old and supports three members of the family. He is to married to Ursler, who does some poultry farming to support the family. He has three children. He does a business of buying and selling milk to the co-operative society. He has been in business for six years; his monthly from the business is 255,000 Kenyan shillings (KES).
He is borrowing a loan of KES 100,000 with which he plans to buy more liters of milk for sale. He plans to use the anticipated profit from the business to purchase a plot in Tuiyo Centre. This is his second loan, and he successfully paid his previous loan. His hopes and dreams are to buy a plot in Tuiyo Centre and construct rental houses.
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