President Samia Suluhu Hassan, on Saturday, January 7, appointed Emmanuel Mpawe Tutuba, Bank of Tanzania Governor.
The statement by the Directorate of Presidential Communications said President Hassan has appointed Emmanuel Tutuba as the new governor of the Bank of Tanzania, replacing Florens Luoga, who has completed his 5-year tenure.
Prior to his appointment, Tutuba was permanent secretary in the Ministry of Finance and Planning, said the statement.
Emmanuel Tutuba becomes the eighth governor to take charge of BOT; since 1966 Bank of Tanzania has had Seven Governors and 11 deputy governors.
The statement said the head of state has appointed Natu El-Maamry Mwamba as the permanent secretary in the Ministry of Finance and Planning, replacing Tutuba.
Prior to her appointment, Mwamba was a lecturer at the University of Dar es Salaam and chairperson of the Kilimanjaro Airport Development Company, which oversees the management of the Kilimanjaro International Airport. Enditem.
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