Joseph, age 24, is a barber. He operates a barber shop and earns additional income by selling kerosene. He is not yet married. He started these businesses a year ago and earns a monthly income of KES. 40,000.
Joseph has requested his first loan in the amount of KES 30,000 in order to purchase more kerosene to offer for sale. He intends to use the anticipated profit to invest back into the business.
He hopes to bring more financial stability to his life.
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