Rorbert, 28 years old, is married and blessed with three children. For the past year, he has run a motorbike transport business, popularly known as boda boda, in Kabarnet, earning an average monthly income of KES 15,000.
Rorbert has borrowed a second loan of KES 50,000, having successfully repaid his previous loan. He intends to use this loan to purchase a new motorbike after disposing of the one he currently operates. Rorbert anticipates getting profits which he will use to expand the business by purchasing more motorbikes and employing riders to assist him.
Rorbert hopes to improve his living standards, to save money to enable him to pay his children's school fees and to start another business for his spouse.
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