By Claire Balungi
Anne Juuko, the Stanbic Bank Chief Executive was last week engaged by senior partner of MMAKS Advocates- one of Kampala’s top corporate law firms, Apollo Nelson Makubuya.
According to CEO East Africa Magazine, an online business blog, sources revealed that Mr Makubuya engaged Ms Juuko last week, at a discreet ceremony. He shared the news with close friends and family in private social media chats.
“Dear friends,” he wrote, “I am pleased to announce that Omumbejja Anne N. Juuko and I were engaged this last Sunday. We plan to get married this year. We thank all of you for your love and support. God bless.”
The full details of the wedding are yet to be unveiled.
Makubuya who is one of the founders of MMAKS is a senior partner in the Corporate Advisory Team at the law firm. He is an expert in corporate mergers & acquisitions, energy, mining and natural resources; arbitration, tax & revenue law and constitutional law. He was widowed by the loss of first wife, Stella Nansikombi Makubuya in 2018.
Juuko, has served as Stanbic Chief Executive since March 2020. Before returning home to run Uganda’s largest bank, she worked in various roles within Stanbic and the mother company, Standard Bank, as well as at Citibank in Uganda and Kenya.
We wish the couple a rosy journey.