Sharleen is a single lady, 24 years old and supports her parents. She sells second hand clothing in Koibatek and has been in the business for a period of one year earning an income of 8,500 KES.
Sharleen has borrowed her first loan of 30,000 KES from KADET LTD and intends to use this amount to purchase two bales of second hand clothing for resale. The anticipated amount will be used to improve living standards, increase her business assets and start the same business in a different location. Her dream is to venture into great investments in the near future.
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