The lack of consensus on how power at Uganda’s central bank should be distributed lies behind the failure to appoint a permanent governor.
The country’s central bank has been without a governor since January 2022 when Emmanuel Mutebile died. President Yoweri Museveni hasn’t given a timescale for naming a replacement, leaving Michael Atingi-Ego to become an increasingly powerful figure as acting governor.
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