Solomon is a single gentleman who is 30 years old. Solomon runs a small photo studio business in Kabarnet town. He has been in this business for the last eight years, and makes an average income of KES 45,000 a month.
Solomon has borrowed his sixth loan of KES 100,000 after successfully paying his previous loan. With this loan he intends to buy film, photo editing software, photo printing papers and a computer.
With the anticipated profits he intends to expand his business as well as diversify his sources of income by opening a workshop for making picture frames. He will also pay school fees for his siblings who are still young. His future dream is to buy a plot in Kabarnet town to enable him to built rental houses.
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