DRC’s president changes central bank board under IMF pressure, report says

According to a report by the Democratic Republic of the Congo, he replaced the central bank’s board of directors under pressure from the International Monetary Fund.

Radio France International reported on July 14 that the IMF was strongly opposed after President Felix Tsishekedi had initially appointed two cabinet officials to the board. RFI said the two officers were Prince Leta Katumbi and Andre Vameso, Ciscekedi’s deputy chief of staff.

Obviously the IMF

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