Wilson is 44 years old and supports a family of eight. He runs a transport business (matatu) along Kabarnet, Eldoret and Nakuru routes. This has been his income generating business for the last five years, where he gets an average monthly income of KES. 30,000 from the business.
He has borrowed a second loan of KES. 60,000 after successfully paying his previous loan. With this loan he intends to buy new tyres and spare parts for his vehicle.
He anticipates getting profits which he will use to expand his business by buying another vehicle, as well as buy a plot and develop it. Wilson's hope and dream is to buy a plot and develop it by building rental houses to generate more income.
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