Moses, age 33, is married to Berryl who runs a salon. They are blessed with one child. Moses repairs cars and also sells motor vehicle spare parts. The business gives him a monthly income of about KES 50,000.
This is his second loan from KADET LTD and he has a good credit history. He will use the funds to buy screwdrivers, spanners and other motor spare parts for resale. He hopes to own a garage in the future.
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