Julius is 40 years old and supports a family of five. He runs a retail shop in Kapsabet office. This has been his income generating business for the last seven years. He gets an average monthly income of KES 20,000.
He plans to use the amount borrowed of KES 65,000 to purchase maize flour, sugar, rice and cooking fat for resale. He will use the profits from the retail shop business to pay his children’s school fees. His dream is to become stable in his life.
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