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My name Is Christine okindo I come from kisii county a place called ogembo. I attended sameta primary school then later went to kereri girls high school. I Joined dayster university where I majored in hotel management and I graduated in the year 2014, finding a job provide to be hectic so I decided to start a business to help Carter for my needs and as well provide a helping hand to my parents who were still had the task to educate my younger siblings.
Starting up my business was a task but it was a gamble in had to take. The challenge I had was getting the starting capital but I was able to get a small loan from my parents which enabled me to start up with a very minimum stock in my restaurant, at first I would only sell tea, mandazi and bread, but I had patience because I knew very well what I wanted to achieve, so the profits I made helped me introduce new meals to apoint I was able to serve all the possible meals in my restaurant, the key point was patience, then I had to offer quality meals and services that would always make my clients come back for more, and another thing there's no other restaurant around my place so I was able to fill the void. I still want to make this place great and be able to be one of a kind, with your help am sure I will be able to achieve that
Hello dear lenders, it's my sincere hope that you are doing well, I would to apply for a loan of 25 dollars to help me buy food stuff for my restraunt.
I will invest 10 dollars in baking flour, I usually buy all purpose flour, this helps me to cook both mandazi and chapatis, these are two two most consumed snacks in my restaurant.
I will invest 10 dollars in rice, with 10 dollars I will be able to buy 4 kgs of rice and this will boost me a great deal.
the remaining 5 dollars I will invest it in cooking oil. With this will be able to buy 3 litres of cooking oil.
I hope you will give my application a chance and fund to help me grow my business. I would like to say a big thank you in advance and may God bless you abundantly.
Mar 3, 2018