Moses is a thirty-three-year-old married man with eight children and he owns a house in Kasese, Uganda. He has been operating a retail and bar shop for three years and he started the business with the savings he had got from selling tea. His hardships are debtors, inflation and high transport costs. His vision is a wholesale business plus an educated family.
Moses needs the loan facility to buy salt, sugar and beer to sell.
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