Kasaija blasts BoU over closed banks

Interacting with Members of Parliament in the presence of the governor and his deputy, Dr Louis Kasekende, the board members and other stakeholders, Mr Kasaija showed remorse over the disputed closure of banks and accused the central bank of acting in a manner akin to a doctor who poisons a patient who is still breathing and even proceeds to cut off oxygen in order to kill him.

~ Daily Monitor

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