- MASLOC says it will in the coming weeks publish the names of some MPs and celebrities who have defaulted in repaying loans
- "We gave them ultimatum to repay if not we will publish their names"
Chief Executive Officer of Microfinance and Small Loans Centre (MASLOC), Stephen Amoah has hinted of a possible naming of musicians, movie actors and actresses who benefitted cars under the erstwhile National Democratic Congress (NDC) but have refused to pay.
According to Mr Amoah some celebrities who received cars from MASLOC in the run up to the 2016 elections have refused to settle their debt.
Speaking on Accra based Okay FM Wednesday, the MASLOC CEO said the celebrities who use the cars have breached the contracts they signed.
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“We know some beneficiaries who are musicians, movie actors, actresses, movie producers and I can assure you that they will all be dealt with according to law,” he said.
“MASLOC is not for NPP neither it is for NDC. The past government and even some members of the NPP who would be found guilty will be prosecuted and I will personally make sure that their names are published and jailed as well.”
He also revealed that top officials from NPP and NDC also owe MASLOC. He hinted of plans to haul past officials of MASLOC believed to have engaged in some underhand dealings before the courts to be dealt with.
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MASLOC provides micro and small loans for start-ups and small businesses with fast, easy and accessible microcredit and small loans to grow and expand businesses as well as to enhance job and wealth creation.
MASLOC’s vision is to grow and develop small and micro businesses through the provision of sustainable microfinance, small loans and business services to Ghanaian entrepreneurs.
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