Henry is 42 years old and married to Lydia. He sells second-hand clothes in Gikomba market in Nairobi. He has been in this business for the last 13 years and gets an income of KES50,500 per month.
He has a good credit history with KADET LTD and he is applying for his seventh loan of KES 110,000, which he will use to buy three bales of second-hand clothes.
Henry plans to use his anticipated profit to buy more stock of clothes, such as skirts, blouses and children's clothes. He hopes to open many more stalls for clothes in the near future.
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