Isaiah is 51-year-old shop keeper. He is married to Elizabeth, and they have four children. He has been running a retail shop for the past six years, with a monthly income of KES. 10,000. He also supplies gas cylinders to supplement his income.
After being introduced by a KADET staff member, he is applying for his first loan term with KADET. Isaiah will use the loan to purchase sugar, rice, tissue papers, sweets, green grams (a type of bean), etc... for his retail shop.
He intends to invest the income earned from the loaned amount into his business, and start investing for his children’s future.
His hopes and dreams are to own his own wholesale shop, and be able to provide his children with a quality education.
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