AG's office chases Alex Mould, Gavivina for GHS5 million bail bond for jailed MASLOC CEO

The Attorney General’s office is pursuing Alex Kofi Mensah Mould, former GNPC CEO, and popular actor Gavivina Tamakloe for a whopping GHS5 million following the jailing of former Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Microfinance and Small Loans Centre (MASLOC), Sedinam Tamakloe Attionu.

Court orders Alex Mould, Gavivina to pay GHc5 million for failing to produce Sedinam Tamakloe

This action follows their roles as sureties for her when she sought the court's permission to get medical attention abroad but failed to return to Ghana to face trial.

Sedinam Tamakloe Attionu has recently been sentenced to ten years in prison with hard labour, alongside Daniel Axim, former Chief Operating Officer of MASLOC, who received a five-year sentence with hard labour.

The sentencing, handed down on Tuesday, April 16, 2024, marked the culmination of legal proceedings in which Attionu and Axim were found guilty on 78 counts. These counts included charges of causing financial loss to the state, theft, conspiracy to steal, money laundering, and causing loss of public property, all of which were in contravention of public procurement laws.

The Deputy Attorney General, Alfred Tuah-Yeboah, outlined the state’s intention to claim the GHS5 million bail sum provided by Mould and Tamakloe on behalf of Attionu. This action comes in response to Attionu's continuous absence from trial proceedings, even after her sentencing.


“They stood in for Sedinam, and we are determined to retrieve that amount for the state,” Tuah-Yeboah stated in an interview on Asempa FM’s Ekosii Sen programme.

Moreover, Tuah-Yeboah's office is actively working to freeze Attionu’s assets to ensure compliance with the sentence. This effort is part of broader measures to enforce accountability and uphold the rule of law within the public sector.

The pursuit of Mould and Tamakloe underscores the legal ramifications for individuals who serve as sureties in cases involving significant financial or criminal liabilities.


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