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2 people are supporting Solomon Boateng

Solomon Boateng

City: Mampong Country: Ghana Loan Use: To procure maize and palm nuts
Loan Term: 32 Date Posted: August 17, 2017 First Repayment: August 23, 2017
Opportunity International Client Solomon Boateng

Solomon Boateng is fifty – five years old. He is married to two different wives and has given birth to thirteen children with them. According to him, some of his kids are in school – senior high, junior high and the basic schools. Others are into apprenticeship. His wives are into trading. He is a farmer and a trader as well. Solomon lives with his children and wives in a family house in Mampong in the Ashanti Region of Ghana.
He trades in food stuffs such as maize and palm nuts. He also sells fruits such as oranges, banana, etc. He buys some of his goods from the wholesalers in the community and others from farmers in the nearby villages and sells at the local market to food vendors. Solomon also distributes to retailers. He has been in business for ten years and wants a loan to procure food stuffs in bulk to be able to supply to more customers. He hopes to sponsor his children in school to higher levels.

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