Jareti is a 50-year-old married man. He supports a family of three children aged between seven and 22 years. His spouse supports him in meeting some of their financial needs. Jareti runs a transport business in Kapsabet town and he has been in this business for the last eight years.
Jareti has borrowed KES 90,000 from KADET LTD. With this loan he intends to purchase a new motorbike to expand his transport service business. From this business he gets an average profit of KES 13,000 each month.
With the anticipated profits he intends to expand his business by starting a dairy farming business to diversify his sources of income, and also to pay school fees for his children.
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