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  • Esnart Mwale
    Kasama, Zambia

    Dec 6, 2017

    people in Kenya are applying but they are not paying back the loans
    and this is why zidisha is going down and if the get a big loan that's it they for get about paying back they are just getting money from the lenders
    and that's why zidisha have over 1000 projacts and some projact are not getting founded


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    • Njuguna Karanja
      Nakuru, Kenya

      Dec 17, 2017

      'projects' not 'Projacts' ZIDISHA 'has' over 1000 not ZIDISHA 'Have' zidisha is a single name .not plural. ;-) thank me later



  • Volunteer Mentor
    Rene Gyimah Amoah
    Odumasi, Ghana

    Dec 15, 2017

    zidisha is not going down but rather growing. as a volunteer mentor, i have seen more faithful borrowers here than anytime in the community"s years.


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  • Amos Kaselekela
    Choma Towen, Zambia

    Dec 16, 2017

    that's true 70% of zidisha it's kenya



  • Nyarko Gyimah
    Takoradi, Ghana

    Dec 16, 2017

    It is very bad practice. Those concerned must bow their heads down in shame. It only spoils the chances of those would have been loyal from securing affordable loans. However, I trust zidisha will continue to support we the serious minded people.


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  • Volunteer Mentor
    George Offei
    Agona Swedru, Ghana

    Dec 16, 2017

    This practice is not only in Kenya but everywhere. Never will I exempt any country. Therefore, let's all advise ourselves.

    #Godiswatching



  • Gabriel Kagya
    Kumasi, Ghana

    Dec 16, 2017

    If so the Please fellow people please to to pay back if you are given the funds to expand your projects. please am on my knees we are all helping each other to help minimize poverty in Africa.please lets do well to pay back use the money to expand the project to bring more income.THANKs


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  • Amos Kaselekela
    Choma Towen, Zambia

    Dec 16, 2017

    this is not good



  • Hillary Rono
    Kapsabet, Kenya

    Dec 17, 2017

    I also invite two members who let me down, they have failed to repay their loans, right now i can trust to invite more though i am entrusted to do that, better delay in paying but not default in payment.



  • Volunteer Mentor
    Samuel Mwangi
    Kitale, Kenya

    Dec 18, 2017

    I suggest that you invite people that you can follow up to ensure that they remain royal to Zidisha.


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  • Andrew Maringa
    Nairobi, Kenya

    Dec 18, 2017

    So now it is a Kenya bashing activity on this forum? Where are the statistics to indicate its is Kenyans who are not paying back their loans and causing Zidisha to go down? This is a careless statement which you should withdraw. Dont you have defaulters in your own country?



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