MPs debate foreigner’s hiring for Central Bank of Somalia top job
The parliament of the Federal Republic of Somalia has waded in the murky waters of the government move to hire a Briton to head the Central Bank of Somali.
The MPs are to debate on a review on the constitution in a bid to review conditions on who takes over at the helm of the governments’ lender.
According to impeccable sources, the Brit is supposed to replace Bashir Isse, who has been serving as the Central Bank’s permanent governor since April 2014. He previously held the position in interim roles from 2006 to 2010 and was reappointed in November 2013.