Rwanda’s Rwangombwa handed second term

John Rwangombwa - World Economic Forum on Africa 2012 - Wikicommons
John Rwangombwa has been given a second six-year term
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The governor of the National Bank of Rwanda has been appointed for another term by the country’s cabinet, according to a statement from the office of the prime minister.

John Rwangombwa has been given a second six-year term; his time in office was due to expire on February 25.

He joined the central bank in February 2013, after a long career in the public service, starting out with the Rwanda Revenue Authority. In 2002, he joined the government as minister for finance and economic planning.


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