50 installments • 60%
My name is Hawa Aluede. I am in Lagos, Nigeria.
I'm a graduate and a small-business owner. Growing up, my mother owned a business of her own, and she instilled in me the need for being independent by earning money to support myself and also to help support the family.
I am in the textile business. I sell local fabrics (Ankara).
I also have started selling ladies' handbags.
My loan would be used for purchasing goods, including handbags and ladies' wear.
Risk & Revenue Information: Aside from my business, I also have a job for which I'm paid monthly. So, I also could use some of that money to cover the cost of my loan; therefore, repayment wouldn't be an issue. I have a timely repayment record that I intend to uphold, to keep being a strong-standing member of the Zidisha community.
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most people in Africa; rather, a tribal language (or two or three or more) usually is/are
the first language(s).
2.) The "Risk & Revenue Information" is submitted separately and, therefore,
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My name is Hawa. Am 28yrs old a graduate and a small business owner. Growing up my mum owned a business of her own and she has instilled in us the need for being independent and earning money to support ourselves and the family.
am into textile business. I sell local fabrics(Ankara)and I need to buy more goods to fill my stock my for customers. I recently started selling ladies handbags.
My loan would be used for purchase of goods but am going to be diversifying in already made wears for ladies and the handbags.
Aug 15, 2020
Cost to entrepreneur
Service fee: $26.39
Credit risk payment: $21.11
Optional expediting fee: $26.39