Amama Mbabazi is expected to resume rallies late in the week once he returns home from United Kingdom.
Amama suspended his campaigns last week to prepare for Pope Francis’ visit to Uganda.
He stretched the suspension to the beginning of this week to travel to UK and check on his wife, Jacqueline Mbabazi, who has been hospitalised.
Jacqueline has been admitted in a UK hospital since October.
Mbabazi was hopeful that he would return home this week together with Jacqueline.
Go Forward communications director, Josephine Nkangi, opted not to disclose the return of Amama and his wife, saying she was not aware of the proceedings.
An important family member has told us Jacqueline has not only been discharged after recovering successfully but is also about to set foot in Uganda.
Once Amama and wife jet into the country, Go Forward will resume campaign rallies on Friday in Eastern Uganda districts of Iganga and Pallisa.
Mbabazi is expected to first consult the Electoral Commission on return so he can resume rallies uninterrupted.
Meanwhile, he returns to Go Forward that has lost about 100 staff members to President Yoweri Museveni camp.
The group of defectors led by Ronald Tumwine Ssekitooleko and Idiri Tumwine accuses Mbabazi of plotting to disrupt 2016 elections and involving them in personal conflicts with Museveni.
Worse still, Amama lost about 60 NRM MPs who lost primaries and were about to defect to Go Forward last week only to be snatched away by Museveni this week.