President Yoweri Kaguta Tibuhaburwa Museveni has said that he is willing to reconcile with Presidential candidates that stood against him in the 2021 Presidential elections.
During the 35th anniversary of the Liberation Day when the ruling National Resistance Army/Movement (NRA/M) took over power after a five-year guerrilla war, Kampala Archdiocese Vicar General Rt. Rev. Charles Kasibante asked Museveni to initiate the reconciliation process by allowing Robert Kyagulanyi to have his freedom of movement and expression.
Responding to Kasibante, Tibuhaburwa said that he has always been an advocate of reconciliation and thats why he has family members of former presidents in his government.
“On the issue of reconciliation, that’s our way of doing things. That’s why you find Idi Amin’s son is my Deputy Director of Intelligence (Taban Amin); the grandson of Amin is a Member of my party. The son of Tito Okello is my minister (Okello Oryem),” Museveni said.
“For us we have no much problem with reconciling, the only thing we shall not tolerate is violence, intimidation and cheating, otherwise we can always argue things out,” he said.