Restocking my food business

Ken Njagi

Nakuru, Kenya

92% repaid



Ken Njagi

Member since

February 2014

On-time repayments

25 installments  •  56%

About Me

am the first born in a family of two.we were orphaned seven years ago.i live in nakuru 4km from town on the nakuru nyahururu highway.i live with my brother and my girlfriend.i run a hotel in nakuru town prime plaza called sir James.i went to ndururumo high school then went to k.i.m for my business course.i educate my brother how is a first year co-operative university.i am hard working a perfectionist and i like being original.i believe i am creative and the sky is my limit

My Business

i earn between ksh10000 to ksh20000.i we sell food but i want to expand to include also outside catering marketing through leaflets add stock and introduce new food stuff.the main reason which gives my shop an edge is we cook homed foods affordable and also we proved a relaxing environment to eat talk have meetings and a greet view of our town.the reason i started doing business was to support my brother and i was getting in patient with little job opportunity

Loan Proposal

i would want to restock my food shop in preparation of november which is good for business since there will be valentines day and people want to relax or spend alittle more after the husles of january but we hope for the best as we start 2017





Loan Info

Project Type

Classic Loan

Disbursed amount


Date disbursed

Feb 5, 2017

Repayment status

On Time

Projected term

5 weeks

Cost to entrepreneur

Service fee: $0.50


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