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Jonathan Pwacha Mubanga: “Mine is an agricultural inputs business. I spend a lot of time educating customers how to use them.”

Jonathan Pwacha Mubanga is among the 24 outstanding entrepreneurs shortlisted for the 4th Citi Micro-entrepreneurship Awards(CMA) in Tanzania.

Business: Agricultural Inputs

Financier: Tanarela Kigoma 

Location: Mwanga Sokoni

Jonathan started business in 2016 and owes his success to hard work and creativity. He was influenced to start his own business after seeing the success of others. His starting capital was 15 Million TZS. His first loan was 3 Million, then 5Milion, then 7 Million, which helped him scale-up the business. 

Challenge: Consumers not following instructions on how to use agricultural products. Jonathan solves this by re-explaining the instructions.

Vision: Expand to other locations and start farming.

Impact: Cater for his family and teach the community how to use modern agricultural products.
Opinion: Jonathan dared to start a business that already has a substantial amount of people doing it. He believed if other people made it in that field, he could thus begin it, leading to the current success.

Jonathan Pwacha Mubanga: “Mine is an agricultural inputs business. I spend a lot of time educating customers how to use them.”

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