Sammy is married to Catherine and together they have five children. His primary business, besides owning a posho mill, is transportation. He also farms to supplement his income. He has been in business for the past 20 years. He gets a monthly income of 20,000 Kenyan shillings (KES).
This is his seventh loan from KADET. He paid his previous loans successfully and on time. He will use the loan to buy fertilizer for the crops he has on his land. He will also use part of the loan amount to support and maintain his transportation business by servicing the car. He will use the anticipated profits to pay school fees and meet other financial commitments.
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