Witness is requesting a loan to purchase more rice, sugar, salt and cooking oil in bulk, and in the future plans to establish another business. She thanks you for your support.
The Swahili word for this type of outside shop, or stall, is genge. A genge is usually a very basic structure made of wood, with a tin roof, which sells general items such as onions, tomatoes, chili, oil, rice, and dried fish. It is the kind of place local people usually send their children running to in order to fetch something when they are in the middle of cooking the evening meal and don't have time to go all the way to the market to buy the missing ingredient.
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