Bonface and his wife are business people. He has two children, who are one and seven years old. Bonface describes himself as an outgoing and social man. For the past two years, he has been operating a grocery store, selling vegetables such as cabbages, carrots, onions, and tomatoes. His business is located near a bus station, and his primary customers are passengers, students, and church-goers. He describes transportation problems during rainy season as his biggest business challenge.
Bonface will use the 20,000 KES loan to buy a cow and purchase vegetables for his grocery store. His primary business goal is to open another grocery store in his home town. Bonface hopes to diversify into dairy farming and be the leading distributor of milk in the area.