Kithinji is a 57-year-old dairy farmer who is married to Mary, a farmer. Their marriage is blessed with two children. Kithinji has been practicing dairy farming for the past seven years with a monthly income of KSH 30,000, which he uses to meet the needs of his family. He also runs a retail shop to supplement his income.
Kithinji is applying for his third loan from KADET. He will use the loan to buy two dairy cows.
With the anticipated profit, he will pay school fees for his children.
Kithinji hopes and dreams that he will be a profit-making and successful farmer.
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