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I was brought up from a poor family living in Londiani division country of kenya where violence of 2007/8 displaced my family.Our house plus property valued ksh 1.5 million burnt by arsonists into ash.We nearly lost life but with God's GRACE we were displaced safely to unpredicted area.. I have a small posho mill operating.With loan of 160,000 I PURCHASED the posho mill.reason to start business was to educate our 4 children and one orphan staying with us.I learnt upto secondary school and joined animal health college but did not complete since my mum died and there were other children to go to school.
I have a small posho mill operating.With loan of 160,000 I PURCHASED the posho mill.reason to start business was to educate our 4 children and one orphan staying with us.monthly gross income is ksh 15,000.profit is 10,000.customers like my services because of good quality and the fact that Iam often available.maize flour is fine and attractive. also customer like the flour because the maize is well kept
these money will help me mostly because this is a harvest time and the maize are so many so it will help me buy maize and sell to the people who buy in many bags that is the people who have big tenders like government tenders ,school tenders and many others because more tenders a raise during these month of December because it is the harvest time and the demand is high.if rendered these money i will buy maize and added to my cereals where i will continue to sell,i will use the money to buy maize and wheat. which i will mill then sell to retail shops near my area who will weigh according to their customers desire these will help me make profit. . Also i will sell the flour on my kiosk where i do sell flour in small quantity of 1kiligramor two.
Dec 7, 2012