A loan of $350 helped to expand her business by purchasing additional groceries and drinks for resale purposes.

Omolele's story

Omolele, commonly-known as "mummy Kola," is a member of LAPO Microfinance. She is 43 years of age, and she has two children.

To earn a living, she operates a grocery store, where she sells groceries and drinks. She has been running this business for over three years, but she says she now needs additional capital to improve the business. She notes that she is very hardworking and that, as a result of her hard work, she is able to put food on her family's table each and every day. She is requesting a loan in the amount of 50,000 NGN ($350) to purchase more groceries and drinks to sell. She thanks all Kiva lenders for their support.

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