Ugandan President Appoints Daughter, Natasha Museveni, As Governor Of Central Bank 

By Lucy Adautin

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has named his daughter, Natasha Museveni, as the Governor of the Central Bank of Uganda.

This comes after he previously appointed his son, Lieutenant-General Muhoozi Kainerugaba, as Chief of Defense and Military to the president, and his wife and first lady, Janet Kataaha Museveni, as the Minister of Education.

Nevertheless, Kainerugaba’s time in office has not been without controversy. His active presence on social media has at times caused tensions in diplomatic circles, underscoring the nuanced interplay between military leadership and political diplomacy in Uganda.

The appointment of First Lady Janet Museveni as Minister of Education has ignited debate, with critics questioning the reasoning behind her selection and expressing skepticism about her ability to tackle the challenges facing Uganda’s education system. Concerns have been raised as the education sector has yet to see substantial improvements in accessibility, equity, and effectiveness under her leadership.

Janet Museveni’s appointment underscores a commitment to addressing social issues while navigating the intricate landscape of governance in Uganda.

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