The CEO accused the previous government of politicizing operational activities of MASLOC.
He accused the celebrities who endorsed the previous government prior to the 2016 elections of politicizing operational activities of MASLOC.
He noted that the movies actors and actresses are still in possession of the vehicles.
His comment comes at the back of more than 350 commercial vehicles, mostly taxis, have been confiscated from individuals and groups who failed to repay loans they contracted from MASLOC.
MASLOC has mounted an intensive search to retrieve more than 150 more vehicles whose owners are indebted to the centre.
Beneficiaries of MASLOC credit facilities are indebted to the centre beyond GH¢100 million, covering the period from 2009 to 2017.
Mr Stephen Amoah, in an interview on Accra-based Okay FM complained about the precarious financial situation of the organisation since he assumed office.
He said "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."
"We know some beneficiaries who are musicians, movie producers, and actors and I can assure you that they will all be dealt with according to law," he said.