|Title:||Benin - Adapted Rural Financing Services Promotion Project in Benin - Sept 2017|
September 5th, 2019. Lobogo, Benin Republic.
Blaise with his worker are sorting boxes of frozen meat at his cold room in Lobogo.
Blaise Hognon 27years, 2 wives and 6 children is a frozen meat dealer in Lobogo.
Blaise began the frozen meats business in 2008 during when he was jobless and the idea frozen meant selling came to his mind. With the saving he made from his last employment he went into the business and in 2010 he took a loan of two million CFA from ASF to expand his business. Currently, he has taken a loan of about three million CFA into the business.From this business, he has been able to open more stores for his wives, own a car and house, and cater well for the needs of his family.He wants his children to become military, teacher and great personalities.
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|Categories:||New from West and Central Africa|