Bumala Town, Kenya
209 weekly installments • 3%
My names are Peter Njunguna and I was raised in a average family that were already satisfied with the little achievements that they had while at Primary school in most cases when I was sick I was taken to my uncles pharmacy so I used to admire him because he seemed to have everything he wished when I finishes my form four secondary examination. I request a job from him he gave me a packing and cleaning job as time passed I had mastered at least every machine and their prescription. My dad and uncle saw it was not right for me to be working untrained and if I had the knowledge so they decided to take me back to college. My father decided to sell a piece of land that he had to give to me and we used the money to start a pharmacy.
I sell painkillers, sleeping pills, protective gloves, antibiotics, malaria cure, typhoid cures. Children medicine are mostly in demand so I have packed a lot of them I took my uncles name of business and also honesty in the business and so many customers think that the pharmacy that I run is a branch to my uncles pharmacy hence this makes my goals in high school demand. I wanted to be a little different from my family members so I choose this business since I saw it had changes my uncle this business has also assisted me I am about to form a university for a degree.
My pharmacy needs more drugs since at this moment i have i a lot of customers due to better services i offer to them.With this loan i will be able to add more drugs especially antimalarial for children under the age of 10 years as i have high demand for this drugs at the moment.Kindly support my bid.
Oct 29, 2015
Cost to entrepreneur
Service fee: 5% of $199.04 = $9.95
Upon joining Zidisha, Peter paid a lifetime membership fee of $8.86.
Peter opted to pay $119.61 into the Zidisha Members Loan Fund in return for a higher starting credit limit.