Francis Karanja Waweru
32 installments • 81%
I am 47 years of age gone to school up to primary school level. After doing my certificate of primary education, I went for mechanic course for two years. I didn’t show a lot of interest in that area because it was my parent’s choice so it didn’t help me. I started looking where I can work but all in fain until when I started a food kiosk in my area. I am married with 4children, a boy and 3 girls.
When I started the food Kiosk people started loving my service and I got a lot of customers. By working for 5 years I was known to everyone in the area so people were coming to my Kiosk in a good number. When one flowering company came to my area and ask for someone who will be cooking for his people I was recommended by the people in my absence, so I was given that tender where I am working up to date. After my daily sell I do get kshs 800 profits which is good at this point because at the end of the month I get kshs 24,000 profit and my children are getting the education among other things. I do cook porridge, chapati, Githeri amog other things
`Thanks for the last loan you gave me, it helped me a lot .I want to use this loan as follows, Open another kiosk , and buy enough beans since it is the harvesting season. Buy enough maize , wheat flour /cooking fat.Empl0ye two more workers and buy utensils.This will uplift my standard of living.I am planning by the end of this year to buy apiece of land for my family.
Jul 29, 2013
Cost to entrepreneur
Lender interest: $498.81 at 2.69% annual rate over 24 months = $26.91
Service fee: $34.90