Elly has a butcher shop in Kizinda town where he has been selling fresh meat for twenty years. He is grateful that, at the moment, he is able to make about $215 in profits each month. Elly says that he started as a helper for four years in his father’s butcher shop, and later started up his own, where he was buying meat in kilograms. He is happy that now he buys the whole animals for meat.
He has been successful because of the quality meat that he sells, as well as having good customer care. Elly says that there is a lot of competition in his business, but he believes this is no threat because of his good service.
He needs a loan to help buy a cow for meat.
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