He has been in the business of servicing motor vehicles and selling spare parts for the last five years, from which he earns a monthly income of KES 70,000. He is applying for his first loan of KES 20,000. He was introduced to KADET Ltd. by a credit officer.
He hopes to use the loan to buy a wheel alignment machine and a crank shaft machine. He plans to to open another branch for selling motor vehicle spares in the future.
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