Patrick, aged forty years, lives in Hoima, Uganda. His business is reselling secondhand shoes to people around town. Looking at the status of his family, he decided to start up this business. However, he is challenged by limited capital for expansion and high taxes by the taxing authorities. His dream is to transform his business into a renown boutique in Hoima, dealing in both clothes and shoes.
Patrick is asking for a loan to buy secondhand shoes to resell.
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