David, age 31, has operated a kiosk business - a small retail store - for the past year. He and his wife Mercy have two children. David gets a monthly income of KES.28000 from his business.
David has requested his first loan of KES. 30,000 from KADET Ltd. With this loan he intends to purchase stock for his business, especially home products such as toilet soaps and washing powder. David intends to use the anticipated profits to save toward the education of his children.
His dreams and hopes are to improve his business and to own a business premises in the future. He also wants to diversify his sources of income by investing in other businesses, such as dairy farming.
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