To earn a living, he runs a butcher shop and a food kiosk, which have been in business for five years. The businesses enable him to earn approximately 31,900 KES per month.
This would be his first loan from KADET, and he plans to use the proceeds to purchase more meat for the butcher shop and sugar, flour, and rice for the food kiosk. He also plans to use the anticipated profits he expects to generate from the businesses as a result of the loan to expand his retail shop. In the future, he hopes to be able to open another branch of the butcher shop and additional food kiosks in other areas.
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