Acting Chief Executive Officer of the Micro Finance and Small Loans Centre (MASLOC), Stephen Amoah, has revealed that the centre is owed an amount of GHS 100 million.

According to him, several people, including Members of Parliament from both sides of the House, musicians, actors and actresses took loans from MASLCO but have failed to settle their debts.

Mr Amoah told Chief Jerry Forson, host of Ghana Yensom on Accra 100.5FM on Wednesday, October 4 that the centre will soon publish names of the individuals who owe MASLCO and follow it up with a court action.

“Don’t be afraid of MASLOC, everybody who owes MASLCO should come to us so we map out payment plans,” he said.

He added: “Some of the MPs took the MASLOC cars themselves and others also guaranteed for some people, yet they have failed to pay.

“We have written to the clerk of Parliament but we are yet to hear from them. We will plead with them to settle their debt before we act. We will soon publish names of debtors and when that is done we do not want to be accused of unfairly embarrassing people because we cautioned them.”

Source: Ghana/AccraFM.com

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