Ruth is fifty-two years old, and a widow. She has children older than eighteen who are all independent. She runs a grocery shop that has existed for the past five years and which gives her a monthly income of KES 20,300. she also sells second-hand clothes as a secondary business.
Ruth has requested a loan of KES 70,000 to buy more stock of assorted cereals for sale. The profit from her business will help her to open a hotel. Her dream is to create employment for others as well as to save enough for old age.
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