236 installments • 22%
am married with 3 children who are all schooling, iu live in kiptagwanyi nyakinyua village with my family , am married to a Kikuyu man who is my children father i rear chicken in my plot where i live. i live in kiptagwanyi nyakinyua village plot no 827. .about my education i reach to form four .and because my family didn’t have money for me to go on with my education and my culture don’t believe in girls education i didn’t have any other choice than to be married ,that is how i became a wife. and because i don’t believe like my parent i want my children to learn to university and even to go higher to be employed to a better job to help them self and also their parent
my business entail in selling old and new cloth.also i make bar soap locally and sell to villager near my home and trading center in this area . earlier i was doing chick and hen layering business business i hand like 100 layer in that time also i was doing farming for food and also commercial but when i do my research i notice many people were doing that and made my business without profits or competition became very high and decide to stick in two business which is selling cloth and making bar soap . the business is profitable and the demand of my product is high in the place , the main challenge is luck of finance and high price of commodity
dear lenders in this season many people prefer to buy new clothe because thy got money after a bumper harvest,i want to buy a quality and quantity because of that i will be able to repay within a shortest time and get profit before end of this festive season,and i have many customers who have been asking me why not to introduce woman shoes,so i will divide this loan in to two, 20,000 i will buy women shoes for my customers and the lest i will add stock to the one i have already of cloths,more children cloth will be available in my shop so to target the parent.
Jan 6, 2013
Cost to entrepreneur
Lender interest: $410.13 at 4.88% annual rate over 12 months = $21.29
Service fee: $15.40