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STATE HOUSE SPEAKS OUT ON APPOINTMENT OF AMAMA AS BOU GOVERNOR

Kirunda said that President Museveni was yet to appoint a new Bank of Uganda governor.

By UG Reports

KAMPALA: The State House through Faruk Kirunda the Deputy Press Secretary to the President of the Republic of Uganda has spoken out on reports that former Prime Minister John Patrick Amama Mbabazi has been appointed the Governor of Bank of Uganda (BOU).

On Saturday, reports that Mbabazi, a former secretary general of the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM), has been appointed the governor of Uganda’s central bank spread like wildfire on social media.

The BoU governor position fell vacant in January 2022 after the death of Prof Emmanuel Tumusiime Mutebile, who had held the position for many years.

For six months now, President Yoweri Kaguta Tibuhaburwa Museveni has not appointed any replacement for Mutebile.

Now, social media rumours claimed that Mbabazi has been appointed the new governor.

Kirunda said that President Museveni was yet to appoint a new Bank of Uganda governor.

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“It is not true that H.E the President has appointed a new Governor, BOU,” said Kirunda on Saturday, July 30.

“In case such an appointment is made, the public will be informed through official channels.”

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