Gideon is 52 years old, married, and blessed with eight children. He runs a retail shop, a business he started one year ago, and earns a monthly income of KES. 40,000.
He is borrowing a first loan of KES. 50,000. He plans to purchase more stock for his business such as crates of sodas, sugar, bread and milk. The profit he makes will be ploughed back into his business.
He dreams of opening up a big supermarket in town and being a well-renowned businessman in this region.
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