David K. runs a retail shop and hotel. He is 59 years old and married to Josphine Sabula, a housewife who does not produce any income. He is supporting a family of nine people. David has been in his business for 19 years and right now his monthly income is 10,000 Kenyan shillings (KES). He is borrowing 50,000 KES to purchase stock for his butchery and the hotel. He will use the anticipated profit to expand the butchery. This is his second loan from KADET. The previous loan was repaid successfully. He hopes and dreams to open another retail shop in Kabarnet town.
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