Samuel sells kerosene in Nairobi and has been in the business for five years. He is 41-years-old, married and has three children. He currently earns a monthly income of 18,000 Kenyan Shillings (KES).
This is Samuel's first loan and he plans to buy kerosene stock to sell. He will use the income he generates to educate his children and open another kerosene sales business.
Samuel hopes to grow his business and earn more income so that he can build a house for his family.
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