Kepha is a married man. He has four children. He describes himself to be honest.
He operates a carpentry business where he makes furniture for sale. He has been involved in this business for seven years. His business is located in a busy and convenient place, and his primary customers are of all types.
Kepha describes his biggest business challenge to be lack of sufficient funds to add stock. He will use the 30,000 KES loan to add a stock of timber, nails, and other materials for making furniture. This is his first loan with SMEP - Deposit Taking Microfinance Limited.
His business goal is to expand within five years. He hopes that in the future, he will succeed. Kepha will use the anticipated profits to take care of his family.