Peter is 38 years old and he supports two people in his family. He runs a retail shop and sells newspapers in the Kaptumo trading center in Nandi County served by KADET LLD. The Kapsabet office and this shop have been his income-generating business for the last four years. He earns an average monthly income of KES 15,000.
Peter has borrowed a loan of KES 70,000, with which he intends to pay school fees for his brother. He anticipates getting a profit to expand his business by increasing more items to meet his clients' demand.
Peter 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 siblings as well as expand his business to a general goods wholesale shop.
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