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Samuel Addai

City: Cape Coast Country: Ghana Loan Use: To procure electrical gadget
Loan Term: 32 Date Posted: August 05, 2017 First Repayment: August 10, 2017
Opportunity International Client Samuel Addai

Samuel Addai is forty – two years old. He is married with six children. One of them has just completed the senior high school. Two are still in the senior high school while the rest are in the junior high and the primary schools. 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.
Samuel is a trader. He trades in hard wares such as electrical gadgets. He procures the gadgets from the wholesale shops all the way from Accra. He has in stock electrical appliances like fridges, fans, adopters, extension boards, etc. He owns a shop in which he sells his products. Samuel says he has been in business for five years and wants a loan to procure more gadgets to increase his stock.

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