A loan of $250 helped to add stock like clothes, utensils, shoes, etc. to his shop.

Benson's story

Benson is 25 years old and is from Nakuru. He is married and his spouse is a business lady who operates a general shop where she sells clothes, utensils, shoes, etc. They are blessed with one child, aged 2 years.

He owns a motorcycle that he uses to transport his customers and he also co-owns the general shop with his wife. This is what has prompted him to apply for his second loan of KES 20,000 from KADET Ltd., so as to enable him to buy more stock to sell to customers.

Their monthly income right now from the shop, which has been in operation for the past five years, is KES 10,000, and he intends to use profits from his expanded business to buy a farm and indulge in production of vegetables.

He hopes to open a wholesale in the future.

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