By Ritah Kemigisa
Uganda leaders have been asked to emulate the humility of Chief Justice Owiny Dollo.
Last week, Dollo apologized and paid a courtesy visit to Bulange Mengo, in a gesture intended to mend fences following his remarks that the king was airlifted for treatment in Germany in a presidential jet.
The comments made by Dollo during a vigil for Jacob Oulanyah, the deceased speaker of the 11th Parliament, have since sparked a huge debate among Ugandans with many saying he should resign for promoting tribal sentiments.
Speaking to KFM, former UPC party president, Olara Otunnu says other leaders should pick a leaf from the act saying apologizing when you make a mistake is not a sign of weakness.
Otunnu says with such acts and truth telling it is possible to have a united Uganda and can open room for negotiation in the country.