Kenneth is 29 years old, married, and supports a family of two. He runs a retail shop and trades in livestock at the Labuiywo trading centre in Nandi County, which is served by KADET Ltd’s Kapsabet office. This has been his income-generating business for the past four years. He receives an average monthly income of KES 70,000. Kenneth has borrowed KES 50,000, which he intends to use to buy two cows for fattening, in order to sell them at a profit later. He anticipates making more profits, which he intends to use in expanding his business by adding more items to meet clients demand. Kenneth hopes to improve his living standards and to be able to meet his financial needs. He also hopes to save money to enable him to pay school fees for his children in the future, as well as expand his business to a general wholesale's shop.
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