"He is not leaving (office) and he believes he is innocent," a senior aide to Central Bank Governor, Andrew Mullei, told Reuters. "He will only act depending on what the President tells him."
Planning minister Henry Obwocha made the announcement of Mullei's replacement during a press conference convened by the National Economic
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