The country has been divided following the passing of Emmanuel Mutebile who has been serving as the Governor of Bank of Uganda.
According to Mutebile’s Widow, Betty, Mutebile did not build a house in Kampala, therefore, leading to a series of proposals asking that the Mutebile family keep the official Governor’s house in Kololo.
Fallen Bank of Uganda Governor, Emmanuel Tumusiime Mutebile’s wealth has been revealed by sources to a local website following claims from his widow that they are going to be homeless.
According to Mutebile’s close confidants, the renowned economist had a huge mansion, an island on Lake Bunyonyi, a state-of-the-art Governor’s suite in Kabale as well as a farm seated on 800 acres of land in Migadde.
“I have visited his huge mansion and an island with state-of-the-art Governor’s suite in Kabale,” a source told the local news website.
It is said that Mutebile’s farm has over 1000 cows in addition to a farmhouse.
Some of Mutebile’s other assets include; Kyahugye Island with wild animals and a hotel on it, apartments leased to IMF in Naguru, a dairy farm in Bombo, a farm in Kabale, another farm in Fort Portal, a goat farm in Luweero, a 200-acre pine forest, and seven properties in upscale town in Kololo.
Apparently, Mutebile has another mansion in Kololo where the woman stayed before joining him in the government mansion.
The source adds that the widow is just greedy, adding that it is unrealistic for an economic wizard-like Mutebile, who was earning Shs53 million a month to have no house in Kampala.