Gideon Agyare Nkansah
Tema, Comm. 16, Ghana
Gideon Agyare Nkansah
302 installments • 92%
Gideon Agyare Nkansah is my name.I was born on the 4th of October,1976.I am married with three kids.I have two daughters and a son.The name of my daughters are Celine,she is 14 years and Rhoda,she is 11 of age.The little boy is called Gerrit and he is 5 years old.My lovely wife's name is Mercy.I started my primary education at Goshen Preparatory school.I then continue my education at Tema Methodist day secondary school.Due to the unfortunate death of my father,there was no one to help me continue my education.I needed to work with building contractors to enable me get some money to continue my education.I then continue my education in a technical school called Tema Technical Institute where i offered a course in welding.After school,i wanted to open a welding shop on my own,but there was no support from no where.I later applied for a company work and i am currently working with Olam Ghana Limited,after working Ghacem Limited and Nestle Ghana Limited.
As a salary worker, my income alone is not enough to take good care of my children’s education, since their future depends on their education, I need to invest in their education to help them reach their goals in future and take good care of my family and also help the needy. With all this vision in mind, that let me started the transport business. I have started the transport business with a Hyundai (Model: H100) with registration number GT 4511 - 14, which I have not paid in full.
With the help of the Zidisha loan, my transport business will flourish, and also let all my visions been fulfilled by buying more vehicles in future to grow my transport business.
When granted the loan I will use the money to some vehicle part to maintain the vehicle to keep working. and also for some maintenance on the vehicle.
The following are the parts i need to buy:
1) Full gasket set
2) Fuel filter
4) Timing belt kit
7) Exhaust pipe gasket
8) Exhaust pipes
9) Maintenance of the vehicle.
In fact when the vehicle is maintained well it will help me take good care of my family and also help the needy as well. The income expected from the transport business will increased around $150.00
Since the current economic situations is at risk now, the income from my transport business and the income I get monthly from my salary will help me repay the loan.
Dec 15, 2020
Cost to entrepreneur
Service fee: $105.59
Credit risk payment: $158.52
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