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Besigye had formerly spoken ill of Mbabazi whom he blamed of being part of a thieving government and linked to corrupt practices such as the Temangalo NSSF land saga and the alleged mismanagement of funds meant for the Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting in 2007.
Mbabazi has never been convicted in any corruption but his name has always surfaced in high profile scandals.
While appearing at an evening political talk show on Thursday, Besigye noted, “You see, when dealing political work and mobilization you want everybody to be with you. Whether they are convicted criminals, in a fight like this, every support is useful.”
A lot of intelligence, some severally published in the media, has pointed to an ongoing plot between the two giants to bring down the three-decade NRM regime by the use of force.
In one such revelations the Prime Minister’s wife Ms Jacqueline Mbabazi allegedly had a meeting with Besigye on an airplane. The report claimed Mbabazi had sent Jacqueline but Besigye had declined to meet in Uganda.
Some of the intelligence has linked the duo to now exiled former Coordinator of national intelligence Gen. David Sejusa, pointing to a plot to take over the government by first capturing the capital Kampala.
Mbabazi denies the allegations and has consistently said he will not stand against Museveni in 2016. However, Museveni’s strategists believe Mbabazi means the opposite.
Besigye at the talk show noted that Mbabazi’s tainted image would be atoned once the country got ridded of what he called “Museveni’s dictatorship.”
“I have never said that there shouldn’t be a time for accountability. Everyone should be made to account for their wrongdoing; even if it’s me, and someone feels I have committed a punishable offense,” said the former Presidential candidate.
“But for now, if we are working for change, everyone should be welcome to work for that change. It is that positive change that will lay the stage for people to account.”
He added, “You cannot account in a situation like now where there is no rule of law. It should be change first and accountability later.
Besigye’s comments also seemed to envision complete clemency of any possible charges against Mbabazi once his team took charge of the country.
“The period after, would be of not only accountability, but also truth telling and reconciliation,” said the Colonel.