Randy is 24 years old and single. He has a hardware shop in Kangundo town and has been running it for three years now. He makes a monthly income of 70,000 KES, and it has been profitable.
He plans to use this loan to buy more stock of hardware to sell. This includes pipes, paints, nails, tap equipment, and metal door hinges, among other hardware items. He will use the anticipated profits to invest in more income-generating ventures.
This is his fourth loan term from VisionFund Kenya, and he repaid all the previous loans successfully. Randy hopes to be successful in the future and to be able to give his family a comfortable home and be able to meet their needs.
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