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5 people are supporting Amenyo Afaokpah

Amenyo Afaokpah

City: Cape Coast Country: Ghana Loan Use: To procure agrochemicals
Loan Term: 32 Date Posted: August 05, 2017 First Repayment: August 10, 2017
Opportunity International Client Amenyo Afaokpah

Amenyo Afaokpah is thirty – six years old. He is married with two children. Both of them are still in the junior high school. He lives with his children and wife in a rented apartment in a fishing community called Aquase, near Cape Coast in the Central Region of Ghana.
Amenyo is a trader. He trades in agrochemicals. He procures the chemicals from the agricultural offices in the district capital. He has in stock chemicals like insecticides, pesticides, weedicides, and all types of fertilizers. He owns a shop in which he sells his products. According to him, farmers in the nearby small communities come to buy the chemicals to apply on their farms. He says he also treks to other towns to supply. Amenyo has been in business for four years and wants a loan to procure agro chemicals in bulk to be able to distribute to more customers.

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