Phylis is 30 years old, married and a mother of two children aged seven and two years. She owns a kiosk where she sells a variety of goods, a business she started two years ago, and she earns a monthly income of KES. 15,000.
This marks her third time borrowing from KADET LTD to finance her business. She will use the loan to purchase 50kg of cooking fat, bales of flour, boxes of bar soap and washing detergents and the anticipated profit to repay her loan.
She hopes to see her business grow into a supermarket.
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