June 17 (Bloomberg) -- Tanzania appointed Natu el-Maamry Mwamba as a deputy governor of the central bank with effect from June 13.
Mwamba, who replaces Enos Bukuku, was previously an economics lecturer at the University of Dar es Salaam, the East African nation’s presidency said in an e-mailed statement today from Dar es Salaam, the commercial capital.
Bukuku left the Bank of Tanzania to take up an appointment as deputy secretary-general of the East African Community, the presidency said.
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