Saidi is 40 years old, married, and supports two people. He runs an Agro-vet store in Kaptumo trading centre. He has been in this business for the last three years, from which he get an average monthly profit of KES 10,000.
Saidi has borrowed a loan of KES 70,000 which he will use to purchase herbicides, pesticides, maize seeds, beans seeds, vegetable seeds and animal drugs for resale. His dream is to expand his business and be able to be financially stable.
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