Nelson is 25 years old, married, and has one child. He is a very hardworking gentleman. He is employed in the motorcycle transport industry, which he has been doing for four years in the outskirts of Bomet town, Kenya. He earns an approximate monthly income of 28,200 KES.
Nelson requested his first loan from VisionFund Kenya for 111,421 KES, which he will use to purchase his own motorbike. He is likely to earn more due to the increased flexibility and established customer base. Nelson will use the proceeds to repay his loan as well as boost his savings account. He hopes to buy a taxi from his accumulated savings. He is an industrious gentleman who is determined to achieve his goal and improve the living standards of his family.
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