James sells spare car parts and has been in this business for close to two years now. He is 46 years old, married, and together with his spouse has been blessed with three children. He makes a monthly income of KES 13,450. Besides selling spare parts, he also sells phone accessories such as phone covers, batteries and chargers. He plans to use the loan to buy more stock of spare car parts to sell. This will enable him to meet his customers' demands and thereby make more income. He will use the anticipated profits to educate his children and expand his business. This is his first loan term and he hopes to grow his business, make more income, and be able to provide for the needs of his family.
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