This is 52-year-old Abu-Bakarr. He is married and has three children, 18, 15, and 12 years old.
In 2005, Abu-Bakarr established his rice and timber business. He began his business because he was not educated. His business is located in the outskirts and his main customers are general community people. Working seven days per week and 12 hours per day, Abu-Bakarr earns about SLL 500,000 every month from this business.
Abu-Bakarr would like a loan in the amount of SLL 3,000,000. He requires a loan in order to buy more timber and rice for resale. He hopes that this loan will support him to increase his profit. In the future, Abu-Bakarr plans to develop in business, build houses, and give quality education to his children. He thanks you for your support.
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