For the last three years, he has earned a living by selling milk in Malindi. He earns approximately 26,000 KES per month from his business operations.
Thomas was introduced to KADET LTD by a credit officer, and he is now applying for his fourth loan. He is seeking 70,000 KES to buy additional dairy equipment and goods for his business, such as milk cans, milking gloves, water cans for the cows to drink from, and feed for the cows. He will use the profits that he expects to generate as a result of the loan to pay for his children's school fees and to expand his farming activities. Thomas' goal for the future is to venture into mixed farming with a view of increasing his income so as to improve his family's living standards.
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