32 installments • 34%
My name is Beth Wanjiku Njau and a resident of Nakuru town. my home is located in Pangani estate just two kilometers from the town.am a window with three children who are in secondary school.l dropped out of school after completing my primary education due to lack of school fees and there after l was employed by my uncle as a waitress in his hotel.After working for three years in the hotel industry my friend introduced me to the (mitumba) business of selling second hand clothes and my business is located in bargain market of Nakuru town.l use my income to support my children by providing for them the basic needs such as paying school fees.and also save part of income so as to meet the needs of my children and develop myself economically.
l have been in (mitumba) second hand business for the last twenty years.my business is located in bargain market of Nakuru town.the business is good and very profitable as long as you are able to meet the customers taste.l normally sell newborns clothes as the demand for these clothes is not influenced by factors such as weather or seasons.l manage to sell a bale every week at a profit of ks 8,000.this is because the children wear are not expensive.though there is a lot of competition from boutique shop l make sure that the clothes are of good quality and the p[rices are affordable to my customers.if advanced with the loan l will be able to add more stock to the business.
Dear lenders.l take this opportunity to thank everyone for the good job that you are doing. may almighty God bless you as you work tirelessly to improve people life.l have a second hand clothes business and l will use the loan to buy more stock for my business so as to increase sales and meet the demand of my customers.
May 7, 2013