Sedina Tamakloe, the first female to be appointed MASLOC CEO and jailed afterwards

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Sedina Tamakloe, a prominent Ghanaian politician and former CEO of MASLOC, was renowned for her allegiance to the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and her achievements in bolstering the microfinance sector.

However, her career trajectory took a sharp downturn when she was convicted of causing financial loss to the state and sentenced to 10 years in prison with hard labor, alongside Daniel Axim, the former COO of MASLOC. The trial, starting in 2019, exposed evidence of financial misconduct, including theft and money laundering, during their tenure.

Tamakloe's absence during parts of the trial and Axim's failure to produce witnesses further complicated their legal situation. Despite her private life being mostly undisclosed, it's known she is married to Mr. Tamakloe. Tamakloe's case underscores the need for transparency and integrity in governance, serving as a cautionary tale about the consequences of ethical lapses in public office.

Explore the life of Sedina Tamakloe below.

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