The Anglican Archbishop of Uganda, Henry Orombi, has questioned "why the leader of the Anglican communion is chosen by the British government."
He's only a couple of centuries late on this one. And it is not due to "a remnant of British colonialism" as he suggests.
You see, before British colonialism, there was this king named Henry, who broke from the Catholic Church and declared himself the head of the Church in England......
Perhaps later, we can inform him that the Archbishop of Canterbury isn't really the head of the Anglican Church, but rather it's the reigning monarch, who in this case happens to be Queen Elizabeth II.