Florens Luoga named new Bank of Tanzania governor

Tax lawyer and academic picked to head the central bank as Benno Ndulu completes second term

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The Bank of Tanzania

A tax law and governance specialist is to become the new governor of the Bank of Tanzania, having been appointed by president John Magufuli on October 23.

Florens Luoga will take over the governorship in January, when Benno Ndulu completes his second five-year term – the maximum permissible under the central bank law.

Luoga is a professor of law and the current deputy vice-chancellor of the University of Dar es Salaam. He has spent much of his career in academia, having graduated from the

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