It will be recalled that, the President of Musician Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) Bice Osei Kufour aka Obour of kokontiba fame first initiated this policy few year ago which allowed many entertainers in the capital city to acquire cars from the MASLOC on loan.
Entertainment Review has more fila on this and will be dropping them soon.
Our question is, How many cars were given by MASLOC to Musiga?
How many musicians received the cars?
Has the Musicians union and the supposed musicians who took the cars finished paying since it is the tax payers money?
It is recalled that the scheme was targeted at empowering members , especially the key personalities, who belong to the Ghana Actors Guild and other vibrant unions including Musiga to own their vehicles after paying the loan facility within a certain period
Sources reaching the desk of Entertainment Review suggest that the cars for even the next dispatch are ‘rotting’ away as price re-negotiation continues.
The question is, will Musiga qualify for the next dispatch?
Microfinance and Small Loans Centre (MASLOC) would in no time under its Vehicle Hire Purchase Scheme, distribute another batch of Cheverlot and Fiat saloon cars to members of the creative arts industry who wants to own their car.
Entertainment Review has it that the following actors and musicians benefited from the first dispatch.
Section of the industry players have already received theirs including the Ashanti Regional Chairman of Ghana Actors Guild Bill Asamoah, Wayoosi, Michael Afrane, Sylvester Agyapong, Martha Joyce Arthur, Sarby Debrah, Nana Ampadu, Tagoe Sisters, Asare Bediako, Honey Frimpong Naana Hayford Domfeh, Efo James Mensah among others including ghost names.
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