Samuel is 28 years old and an enterprising businessman. His wife Mary is a farmer. The couple is blessed with two children. Samuel's primary business is charging batteries. He has also had a barber shop for the past six years. His monthly income is 10,000 Kenyan shilings (KES), which he uses to support his family.
Samuel is applying for his first loan from KADET LTD after being introduced to the organization by a staff member. He will use the loan to buy a shaving machine for his barber shop and a solar panel for his charging business.
He plans to use the anticipated profit from the two businesses to boost his wife’s business. His hope and dream is to buy a piece of land and build his own house.
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