Tony is 29 years old and single. He is in the cereals business and has been in operation for the last three years, earning KES 7,000 monthly. This is Tony’s first loan of KES 20,000. He will use it to purchase dry beans and maize for resale. With the anticipated profits, he plans to use it on finishing the rental houses he had started constructing. His hope is that he’ll be independent financially.
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