Stephen is 56 years old, married, and supports a family of five; his spouse assists him in producing additional income. Stephen is a small-scale farmer and owns a retail shop. He has been in business for the last 23 years. From this business he gets an average income of KES.30,000 a month.
Stephen as borrowed a loan of KES. 100,000 of which he intends to use to purchase stock of wheat flour and washing detergents for his retail shop as well as purchasing farm inputs.
He will use the anticipated profits to expand his business as well as diversify his business venture to acquire wealth. His dream and hope is to be a well-accomplished businessman and that he will be able to give the best education to his children.
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