Buganda subjects reject CJ Dollo’s apology, demand he records video statement

Buganda subjects especially on social media have rejected an apology by the Chief Justice written in the papers.

The subjects have now demanded that the Chief Justice records a video apologizing to not only the Kabaka, but also the subjects for framing their King.

Speaking during a requiem service for fallen Speaker of Parliament Jacob Oulanyah, Chief Justice Owiny – Dollo said, he was dismayed by several subjects in Buganda kingdom demonstrating, demanding that the fallen Speaker of Parliament should not have been taken to Seattle for treatment.

He also alleged that the cultural leader in Buganda had been flown to Germany for treatment aboard a presidential jet yet he wasn’t supposed to.

This left many subjects in the Kingdom angry and the Katikiro, Oweek Charles Peter Mayiga clarifying that the Kabaka never used a Presidential jet but, instead he used a commerial flight KLM.

Well as the Chief Justice sent an apology and also promised to speak to the Katikiro, Buganda subjects say, there is need for a video recording by the Chief Justice apologizing.

“We demand that he apologizes not only to the Kabaka, but also his subjects. It was a mistake for the head of the Judiciary to engage in tribal sentiments,” Patrick Kasasa wrote on twitter.

Another female social media pundit Rosemary Nakisekka told this website that since the Chief Justice spoke on record and with a video recording, the apology should measure to what he said, in video.

However, several Buganda enthusiasts say, it takes a big and kind heart to apologize. Allan Mutagubya, one of the cultural enthusiasts in the Kingdom says, since he (the Chief Justice) has already come out, such apology is enough of a person of such caliber.

Meanwhile, the Minister for Presidency Milly Babalanda has noted that the body of the fallen speaker of Parliament will be returned in to the country on Friday this week.

Burial programs will also be communicated in the due course.

Both the Kingdom of Buganda and the Judiciary have not responded to the developments from the subjects in the Kindgom.


One thought on “Buganda subjects reject CJ Dollo’s apology, demand he records video statement

  • March 29, 2022 at 2:00 pm

    Of course this is a judge who should immedietely resign his job. This is not the first time this lawyer has broken the decency of the rule of the law in this country!


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