Paul, a father of one from Thika, has a business as a grocer. He also runs a motorcycle transport business as his secondary business. He is married to Romanah who helps him in selling the groceries. He earns a monthly income of 11,000 KES, which he uses to support his family.
This marks his third loan term with KADET. With the loan he has applied for from KADET LTD, he will be able to purchase kale, cabbages, oranges, tomatoes and potatoes. Additional income will allow him to improve the standard of living for his family. In the future, Ayub would like to build a permanent residential house and also buy spare parts for his motorcycle.
He hopes to save money to educate his children to the university level.
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