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I was born in Nakuru County and schooled in Jamhuri primary school and later on Good Shepherd High school. Then to KCA University. After college, l started my own business of selling fruits, juices and pudding. My future dream is to own a big fruit parlor in Nakuru County. A lot of inspiration has been drawn from my hard working mother.
l deal with fruits and juices a long Kisuli suli road. I sell fruits, juices and pudding. I decided to do this business because it has good income and it is easy to manage. The biggest challenge is capital to run it into a large scale business. My customer range from children to adults.My goal is to see it grow into a fruit purlour in Nakuru County.
l believe zidisha team will walk with me to achieve this dream and goal
l will use the loan to purchase mangoes at a cost of $30,apples at cost of $20,oranges at cost of $20 and passion fruits at a cost of $30. This will increase more clients and therefore a good base for income generation since what i have been lacking will be in place.This will as well meet the needs of my family, myself as a person and that of the business.
May 10, 2015
Cost to entrepreneur
Service fee: $3.75
Collins opted to pay $24.91 into the Zidisha Members Loan Fund in return for a higher starting credit limit.