41 installments • 90%
Nyamekye Florence is a fifth child of a family of twelve members, I come from diayaw Nkwanta in the Bring Ahafo Region. I started my education at Methodist basic school in diayaw Nkwanta .I completed junior high school in the same school. Unfortunately, I couldn't continue my education due to the death of my parents. Due to economic hardship I opted to learn tailoring .at times I go to work without food but because I want I needed to learn the trade I endured the pains.After three years , I finished learning the trade . since I needed to set up my own shop, I want to a nearby market to carry goods of those who have bought items for amount .the community I reside is very loving, passionate, Godfearing and sociable. my children want to become nurses and a teacher due to their love for assisting people to attain highest level. I enjoy talenonelas and local movies during my leisure time.I recently travel to techiman tia to have feel of the area.
Am a designer so a deign dress for my customers. The work I do is very useful to the people in my community and beyond because no one can go out without a nice wear so designer dress to assist those going to fashions. I choose this business because its the trade I learnt for three years. Aside that I enjoy using my sense and my mind thus creative work. So I decide to do work that will give me the opportunity to make use of my creative mind. The total cost for the business is around two thousand dollars. A pair of dress go for around three dollars. The profit from the business is used to assist my family thus for payment of bills , school fees, investment, and maintaining the family. I want stock my shop with tap measure, zip, steff for people to buy for their work.
With the amount you have promised it is going to help me purchase two clothes in Ghana,a pack of needle and threads.By getting all the materials it is going to help me to produce more clothes for my customers.The loan will increase my profit margin to thirty percent.Thanks for your help and support
May 10, 2018
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Service fee: $0.38
Credit risk payment: $0.89