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6 people are supporting Mohammed Afful

Mohammed Afful

City: Cape Coast Country: Ghana Loan Use: To procure foodstuff and fruits
Loan Term: 32 Date Posted: December 29, 2017 First Repayment: August 14, 2017
Opportunity International Client Mohammed Afful

Mohammed Afful is a married father of four living with his family in Aquase, Ghana. His youngest is still in school, while his three older children are now working. Mohammed is a trader of foodstuffs such as yam, plantain, cassava, oranges, and other fruits. He acquires the goods from farmers in nearby communities, sometimes having to travel to other towns. He then sells these goods to food vendors and other retailers. Mohammed has been in business for two years and wants a loan to purchase goods in bulk in order to distribute to more customers.

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