Agnes Wambui Kiniri
80 installments • 21%
I was born in 1976 in Rongai town where my parents used to stay. I was educated in Gogar primary school from 1984 to 1992. After completing the primary school, my parents took me to a dress maker who trained me in dress making for 1 year. When I completed the course I was employed for 3 years after which I
was married and I started a business of selling second hand clothes. We have blessed with 2 boys.
The business of selling second hand clothes known as mutumbas is what doing and it pays because I am able to pay store rent, revenue to government and keep my stock coontinue.
ntinue improving. My business is just opposite Rongai post office. Along post office ave.
I want to buy more stock to cater for increased demand during this festive season. The demand is mainly on new cloths. Ksh 40,000 will go for jackets and trousers for both men and women. The remaining Ksh 43,000 will buy dresses and children cloths of both sex. I expect to make good money because people are usually eager to spend during the festive season.
Dec 11, 2012