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He is a businessman and a farmer too. His main business is bark-cloth selling and he has been in this business since 1997. He is also a farmer who deals in coffee growing.
He works six days a week and each day he works for 7 hours. He started this business in order to earn money for paying school fees for his children and to satisfy their day-to-day needs.
He has acquired this loan in order to buy more stock (to re-stock) of the bark clothes. He sells his products to traders in the city. His dreams are to build rentals in a nearby trading centre which can be of more help to his children and to educate the children to the highest level of education. His main challenge is changes in fuel prices which makes transport to the city very costly and this forces him to sell his products from his home at low prices.
He describes himself as an honest and hard working man.
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