Jackson is 60 years old from Nyahururu. He is married to Lydia, who is a farmer, and he has eight children ages 34, 32, 30, 28, 26, 24, 22 and 18 years old.
He has been running his butcher shop for the past 13 years. To assist him to be in constant supply of meat to his customers, he has applied for his third loan of KES 50,000 from KADET Ltd, which he will use to buy goats and sheep for slaughter.
Jackson's income per month is KES 30,000, and he intends to use the profits from his expanded business for paying school fees for his children who are in college.
In the future, he hopes to open several butcher shops and buy a plot on which he will build a house for his family.
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