A loan of $4,800 helped a member to purchase new textile material for making clothes and new clothes to sell.


Kitimbwa Twegatte Group, Kayunga's story

B. Johnson is a 39-year-old jovial and good-humored gentleman operating a boutique business in Kitimbwa in Kayunga. With his sense of business purpose, he has come a long way ever since he got established two years ago. This is all down to his inherent hard work ethic.

Kayunga is a vantage place for doing great business, especially if you are focused. Johnson has come to terms with that fact as he plies his business. As a manifestation of his good business fortune, all his three children, plus three dependents, are in well-to-do schools around Kayunga.

In a month, Johnson makes profits totaling up to 250,000 shillings and his future plans are to open up his own big shopping mall in Kayunga Town. The first step to making his dreams come to fruition is through the acquisition of this loan. He carries conviction that with this loan, he is going to be empowered to strengthen his boutique business. He is looking at purchasing new textile material for making clothes and also buying clothes that he hopes he will resell.

In this group: Johnson, Jane, Aron, Edirisa, Stanley, Kadijah, Rose, Posikari, Sarah, Edirisa, Sarah, Moses, Aisha, Yahaya, Musa, Christopher, Mai*, Charles, Charles, Resty*, Abudul, Elijah, Ziwa, George, Richard, John*
*not pictured


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