I’ll Stop MASLOC Politics – Daily Guide Africa

Stephen Amoah – CEO  MASLOC

THE CEO of MASLOC, Stephen Amoah, popularly called ‘Sticker,’ has promised to discharge his duties in a professional manner, devoid of discrimination.

He stated that the days whereby only members of the sitting government benefitted from MASLOC, would be a thing of the past.

According to him, he would make sure that people that qualify to benefit from MASLOC would not suffer any discrimination or hurdles.

“I will give MASLOC a new face, the days when only members of the sitting government benefitted from MASLOC are over,” he assured.

Sticker, who is known for his hard work, indicated that he would preside over MASLOC Ghana, where every citizen would be supported.

He said all forms of partisan politics, which has the tendency of defeating the aim of MASLOC in the fight against poverty, would be avoided.

Sticker, who assumed office some few days ago, said he had been visiting MASLOC offices across the country in a fact-finding mission.

According to him, the important tour would give him an insight about the current state of MASLOC so that he can strategize properly.

Sticker, who abhors false accusations and excuses, stated that he would soon restructure MASLOC across the country and make it vibrant.

He said his main objective is to make sure that MASLOC is properly positioned and ready to render key services to Ghanaians irrespective of their political, tribal or religious background.

FROM I.F. Joe Awuah Jnr., Kumasi