Esau is 26 years old and married to Lydia. They have a one-year-old child. He runs a snack shop business that earns him a monthly income of KES. 12,000. He has been in operation for nine years now.
After successfully completing his previous two loans from KADET LTD, he has applied for his third loan of KES 30,000. He will use the loan to purchase ten bales of baking flour and cooking oil for snacks production and resale. With the anticipated profits from the business, he plans to provide for the basic needs of his family.
His hopes and dreams for the future are to manage his snack shop effectively to attain maximum profits and to be able to provide for his family.
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