Gideon is 58 years old, married, and his four children are all adults. He is a business man, owning a retail shop Koibatek town, and has been in operation for over a period of eight years earning an income of KES 6,000.
He has borrowed fourth loan of KES 80,000 from KADET Ltd. after he successfully repaid the previous loan. He wishes to purchase more stock of sugar, tea leaves and washing detergents among other goods for resale.
The anticipated profit will be used as savings for future investments. He hopes to live a balanced life.
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