Zion Christian Association Group
She runs a retail shoe shop in Entebbe Kitoro town, which she started five years ago. She has been able to get income to cater to the needs of her family.
She has borrowed a loan of ugx.900,000 to add more stock of shoes to her shop.
She mainly sells school shoes for children and she is targeting the season.
She is so grateful to the institution because she has been able to boust her business by borrowing from our institution. She hopes to open up another shop to increase her income and savings with us.
She is a God-fearing lady, honest and loves her customers - that’s why her business has been able to last for long.
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