Julius is a 30-year-old married man who has four children living in Kyenjojo, Uganda. He operates a retail shop, where he has spent five years. This has helped him to earn income, which he has used to satisfy his family's needs. He also does farming on a large scale. He grows Irish potatoes and maize specifically. He has always reaped tangible benefits, and he even used these profits to start the retail store. He has a challenge of customers not paying on time, while his business plan is to expand to new areas and buy more land for farming.
Julius is requesting a loan to buy general merchandise such as soda, beer and soap to sell.
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