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My names are Greenstine Obwora,am a very God loving man.I have one wife and three children.I do not have that much higher education,after form four and was not able to pay for university, i found myself working in a restaurant as a waiter and sometimes helped in cooking jobs.After knowing this job for years i felt am fit enough to start my own business.So the savings was started and the mission was i be able to start my own restaurant.It took me almost four years to get enough capital to start my own restaurant but i thank God today my business is becoming successful day by day.
I have a small restaurant where i do business to sell food.I make food with the mission of sales.I make African foods such as Ugali and fish,beef,omena,tea,mandasi and chapati.My food has been very delicious and of good quality which has helped attracted so so many customers in this area.My choice to this business was motivated by the fact that where i work we make a lot of money while my pay is very little,so i started this business so that i may earn more enough to support my family.
Am really happy that today i have this chance to raise my loan.This loan will help make african bread such as mandazi and chapati which i sell more a day.This loan i will use to buy two bales of baking flour at $42 and 20 liters of cooking oil.This is a budget for three days and which am expecting a profit of $20 when the products is finished.I ask you to support my loan please.
Sep 16, 2015
Cost to entrepreneur
Service fee: $6.20
Greenstine opted to pay $58.13 into the Zidisha Members Loan Fund in return for a higher starting credit limit.