Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The Chief Justice, who recently apologized to the Kabaka over remarks he made at a vigil for Speaker Jacob Oulanyah, has today personally delivered his message to the Katikkiro of Buganda, Charles Peter Mayiga.
Accompanied by leading Ugandan diplomat Olara Otunu, Chief Justice Alfonse Owiny-Dollo held discussions with the Katikkiro at Mengo.
“It takes courage for someone to acknowledge that what one said has not gone down well with others. I commend the Chief Justice for his courage. Buganda and Acholi have a lot in common. I therefore urge Ugandans to leave what was happening behind us,” Mayiga said.
The Chief Justice last week attacked Baganda (presumably) in the diaspora for protesting against Oulanyah’s treatment yet their ethnic leader was also allegedly transported in a presidential jet to Germany using public funds, “calling them super-evil”.
Katikkiro soon after issued a statement, stating that all Kabaka Ronald Mutebi’s recent trips, especially to Germany, have been on commercial flights.
Speakere Oulanyah, 56, died at a Seattle Hospital in the United States of America earlier this month, where he was indisposed since February 4th, 2021.
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