Home renovation

Patrick Nguku

Nairobi, Kenya

100% repaid

Entrepreneur

Name

Patrick Nguku

Member since

December 2017

On-time repayments

41 installments  •  100%

About Me

My name is Patrick Wambua Nguku.I was born in Kamanzi Village , Kangundo location in Machakos county-Kenya.I am the second born among eight others.I schooled in Kamanzi primary school and Manyatta secondary school.I was raised by a single mother and went through many challenges including school fees.I left home for the capital city Nairobi where i had part time jobs which were not able to cater for my needs.I later started a small business to distribute cakes .I later become a pastor and started the current business of Green grocers which i am currently involved in.The land in Machakos is very fertile .I have a family which i am also taking care of together with my mum .

My Business

I usually plant maize and beans.I chose this type of business because it is very profitable and in high demand.Our county and country usually requires alot of food through out the year and especially during the dry span.I usually make a profit of 50% to 80% in a given season.I want to be buying more for sale to add to what i am already doing.I intend to use the profits to buy a greater farm and expand the business.

Loan Proposal

I intend to buy 14 bags of cement at ksh700 (7 Dollars) per bag.This will translate to ksh9800 (98Dollars).This will help me in building a house.This will change the image at my home and every one will be very happy, especially my family.

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Loan Info

Project Type

Classic Loan

Disbursed amount

$91.50

Date disbursed

Apr 2, 2019

Repayment status

On Time

Projected term

4 months

Cost to entrepreneur

Service fee: $3.85

Credit risk payment: $15.42

Lenders

G

guenter

Bremen, Germany

Freewolf

Salt Lake City, United States

Lisbeth

Perth, Australia

Emma

Australia

Mr Chris Turner

Cambridge forever England, United Kingdom

HL

Harris Lin

New Zealand

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