Kyalo is 27 years old, married, and blessed with a child. For the past six years, he has run a retail shop. Kyalo’s monthly income is 5,600 KES.
Kyalo is requesting a loan to buy more stock of sugar, tea leaves, and cooking oil to sell. This is his third loan. Kyalo will use the profit from his loan to generate more income to expand his business and pay school fees for his child. In the future, he hopes to provide a good education for his child as well as provide for the basic needs of his family.
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