Elari is divorced, 49 years old and has five children who are still attending different schools. He lives in Nakatoogo village with his children.
Elari is a businessman who deals in the cereal trade and he works six days in a week,12 hours every day. He is also a farmer who grows coffee.
He has been in the cereal trade since 2001. He started this business in order to get money to support his family and it’s easy to monitor. He also deals in direct agriculture.
He has acquired this loan to boost his cereal business. He sells his products to traders from Kampala and Kyotera.
He hopes to grow the business to a large scale in years to come. His major challenge is the problem of price fluctuations with cereal.
He describes himself as a hard-working man and asks lenders to continue helping their clients have a more comfortable life.