The Chief Justice Owiny Dollo finally apologizes to the Kabaka of Buganda

The Chief Justice Alphonse Owiny-Dollo has finally apologised for comments he made at the vigil of the late Jacob Oulanyah.

Chief Justice Owiny Dollo said leader of an ethnic group meaning the Kabaka had been flown to Germany for treatment aboard the presidential jet

Owiny-Dollo, according to Daily Monitor, claimed that he was emotional when he made the statements and apologised to Kabaka Mutebi.

“I hereby unequivocally, unreservedly and of my free volition, wholly retract that reference and also hereby tender my apology to His Majesty the Kabaka. I will…communicate to the Katikkiro of Buganda in writing,” Owiny-Dollo said, according to Daily Monitor.

The apology comes after heavy criticism Owiny-Dollo has faced from various groups and people like NUP president Hon Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu also known as Bobi Wine over his ‘tribal’ comments.

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