Salina is a 32-year-old married lady; she is blessed with three children, whom she supports. Salina buys wheat in the Narok area and sells it in other markets. She has been running her business for four years, earning a monthly income of 80,000 KES.
She has borrowed a second loan of 80,000 KES from KADET LTD, which she intends to use to purchase more wheat during harvest season for later sale. The anticipated profit will be used to pay school fees for her school-aged children.
Salina's dream is to improve her living standards and buy her own residential plot.
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