The Bank of Uganda’s Emmanuel Tumusiime-Mutebile has struck back publicly in an escalating row over whether he acted improperly in reshuffling senior staff earlier this year.
Tumusiime-Mutebile calls recent press coverage of the clash between the BoU and the Inspectorate General of Government “highly tendentious” and “not supported by objective evidence”, in a statement released by the central bank on April 5.
The inspectorate, which investigates abuses of public office, believes Tumusiime-Mut
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