Finda, 54, is married and has four children ages 30, 28, 25 and 20. In 2007, Finda established her local foodstuff (garri and palm oil) business. She began her business because she wants to help sponsor her children's education. Her business is located in the outskirts and her main customers are general community people. Working seven days a week and 11 hours a day, she earns about 600,000 SLL every month from this business. She would like a loan in the amount of 4,500,000 SLL. Finda requires a loan to buy more garri and palm oil for resale. She hopes that this loan will support her to increase her profit. In the future, Finda plans to build a dwelling house and business stores. She is very hard working and she thanks you for your support.
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