Byline: Daniel Kalinaki
The Central Bank governor, Emmanuel Tumusiime-Mutebile this week reached the end of his tether and, prompted by the Financial Times newspaper, gave a rare peep inside his struggle to keep politicians, especially the President, out of the national treasury.
Mr Mutebile's revelations can generally be summed up in two categories. One; that he is frustrated by government incompetence on reform - such as in agriculture where billions have been spent with no results - and a fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants approach to otherwise predictable challenges.
Secondly, Mr Mutebile reveals the extent of the President's interference in the Central Bank …