Esther Khakasa Chebai
65 installments • 77%
I was brought up in Nairobi suburb . I went to school in Baba Ndogo Estate. I finished my primary school Education and later joined Secondary School Education here in Nairobi. After high School I started doing casual jobs eg washing peoples clothes. The small money I used to get I helped my mother raise my siblings as I save very little. I did that for two Yeats and I managed to start a small business. I ventured into selling second hand clothes. I live in Nairobi. It's metropolitan city where all tribes are. My child is 4years she says she wants to be a Teacher. I like passing time going to church fellowship and visit my friends and relatives.
I sell second hand clothes. Second hand clothes are useful in our society because not everyone can afford new clothes. It becomes easy to buy many of them with little money. I chose this kind of business because it is the one which was demanding little capital that I had. I use the profit money from this business to take care of my Family. I also help my siblings.
When I will be granted this loan I will buy stock for my beauty parlour. Since I started stocking my beauty parlour sales has been different. I hope to expand it and when expanded it will create employment as I will have to add work force.
Nov 5, 2017
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Service fee: $9.42