Dismas is 24 years old and single. He runs a retail shop business in Kapsabet, and has been doing this for the last two years.
From this business, he gets a monthly income of approximately KES 28,000. He has borrowed a loan of KES 60,000, which he will use to purchase rice, sugar and cooking fat for resale.
Dismas plans to plough back the anticipated profits into the retail shop. His dream is to expand his business to a general goods wholesale shop.
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