Kalagi Basooka Kwavula Group
The fact that James is a risk tolerant entrepreneur has also been one of his strongest stocks in trade. He, however, says he has lots of leeway to make up to reach a fully satisfactory rate of growth in his business. Needless to say, the farming business has come in handy as he is able to harvest crops and use them at his restaurant. He grows and harvests staple foods like bananas, cassava, beans, rice, beans, etc. This helps cut down on the costs of purchasing food, especially with the current status quo where food prices are soaring every day. For James' group, this will be the fourth loan. The records show a good repayment pedigree. Weekly, James says, his gross sales income totals up to Ugandan shillings 50,000. James is requesting fhis Kiva loan to purchase better furniture and cutlery to use at his restaurant.
This is a Group Loan
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