A loan of $1,150 helped to add to his stock of retail items such as bicycle parts for his store.


Solomon's story

Solomon is a happy business man after investing in his bicycle repairs shop. He began his store with about $115, and he says the value of the business is growing in line with the market. The main challenge of running the shop has been the high cost of stocks, but Solomon is up to the task.

He has therefore asked for a loan of 99,050 Kenyan shillings (KES) to pay for new stocks of bicycle spares and new parts. Solomon wants to invest the extra income generated into other businesses, hopefully setting up a retail shop dealing in clothes, household items like basins, and cooking utensils.


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