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Brenda Nakuya

City: Ndejje Luwero District Country: Uganda Loan Use: To increase capital to her business
Loan Term: 24 Date Posted: August 17, 2017 First Repayment: August 24, 2017
Opportunity International Client Brenda Nakuya

Brenda Nakuya is married to Walusimbi John, she is a market vendor in Ndejje market selling bananas and sweet potatoes. Her greatest struggle has been working capital for her business. She heard about Opportunity Bank from a friend, got her first 2017 and invested it in her business. Her business is progressing well and her children are studying without any interruption of being chased away from school because of lack of school fees. She is able to provide for their basic needs and all the school requirements. She is in need of this loan to increase her working capital. Her future plan is to build a house for renting out in order to increase her income.

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