Buying of washing bar soaps and wheat flour

James Njoki

Kiambu, Kenya

100% repaid

Entrepreneur

Name

James Njoki

Member since

April 2019

On-time repayments

8 installments  •  50%

About Me

Hello to all the members.
My name is James Njoki and I was born in Kiambu county.
I'm the first born in a family of two. My mum, my sister and I.
I went to kirangari high school where I did my o levels and passed but wasn't able to continue with the university education since my mum was diagonised with HIV and later died.
I was young by then and my sister was taken care of by my auntie.
I started working as a "shamba boy", that's a male house help and I used to plough flower gardens.
I used to save 50 dollars per month for 1.5 years and that helped me start my shop business and I'm helping my sister since she'll joining college next year.
I'm grateful to find zidisha as a helping organisation.
Thanks.

My Business

I have a shop and I sell maize, wheat and cassava flour, sugar, soft drinks, sweets, biscuits and alot of things.
I make an average of $15 a day and I use the profits to pay for my business bills and expenses.
I'm looking forward to expand my shop business and I believe that it will be successful soon.

Loan Proposal

Hello lenders.
I will use the loan to buy washing bar soaps and wheat flour at a cost of $65.
I will use the loan to top up my amount and I expect a profit of 45%.
I am grateful to all the zidisha lenders.
Thank you.

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Loan Info

Project Type

Classic Loan

Disbursed amount

$26.16

Date disbursed

Apr 25, 2019

Repayment status

On Time

Projected term

1 week

Cost to entrepreneur

Service fee: $1.15

Credit risk payment: $6.95

Lenders

PaulE

Cockeysville, MD, United States

Outi

Finland

Catherine

United States

Taun Stewart

United States

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