Ugandan governor given fifth term following national election


The governor of the Bank of Uganda has been reappointed by the president for a fifth term, extending his time in office for an additional five years.

In a note to Central Banking, the BoU confirms that Emmanuel Tumusiime Mutebile has been reappointed, but has not yet resumed office.

At the age of 71, Mutebile is the longest-serving governor of the central bank, having been first appointed in 2001. He has been a controversial figure in the country in recent years, as the central bank has been

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