Njuguna is 43 years old. A shopkeeper and part-time farmer, he is married to Phyllis. They are blessed with one child. Njuguna has been running his shop for the past three years, with a monthly income of ksh 9,000 which he uses to provide for the needs of his family.
Njuguna is applying for his fourth loan term with KADET after repaying the previous loans successfully. Njuguna will use the loan to buy dairy cows. With the expected profit from his farm he will expand his shop.
His hopes and dreams are to improve the living standards of his family.
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