Seidu is married and has one child. She has received schooling only till the end of primary school.
Seidu sells jewelry and second-hand clothes at Hohoe, which she has done for five years. Her husband is a driver. Seidu uses her income to help her husband pay their family's general expenses.
Seidu will use the loan to buy more earrings and bracelets, thus helping her meet rising customer demands. In addition, she plans to further diversify her business by starting to sell children's clothes as well. With the new profits from her expanded enterprise, Seidu plans to save for her child's future and reinvest back into her business.