Go Forward will be free to use DP offices countrywide, Norbert Mao, the Democratic Party president General, announced on Wednesday.
Mao was speaking at DP Buganda meeting held at Nsambya Sharing Hall on Wednesday.
He said DP has to give a cover to Go Forward leaders including against state persecution.
Go Forward Pro-change is Amama’s pressure group curved out of the ruling NRM party.
Former agriculture minister and Mbabazi in-law, Hope Mwesigye, who co-leads the group was also present at the Nsambya meeting.
“We can’t change our history, but we want a Uganda which every Ugandan will be proud of,” Mao said.
He added: ”We want a good ending of Uganda’s political history.”
Mao is part of Mbabazi’s 2016 presidential manifesto committee.
He said the NRM is now split into two groups; NRM No-change and NRM pro-change.
“The former’s support base is falling and the pro-change group is going up.”
DP Buganda faction had called the gathering to endorse Amama as their presidential candidate in 2016 general elections.
“We have an opportunity of winning the next elections, Museveni must leave with a clear understanding of the power of the masses,” the faction announced.
DP chairman Baswale Kezaala said Amama who jumped out last is better placed to finish off President Museveni.
DP secretary general, Mathias Nsubuga told DP leaders to start marketing Mbabazi after the faction endorsed him for president.
“We learnt enough lessons from 1996. Based on that experience, we have to work for Mbabazi victory,” Nsubuga said.
According to DP, the only difference between Besigye, Mugisha Muntu [FDC president] and Mbabazi is that one left government in the morning, the other in the afternoon and another in the evening.
The party likened Mbabazi to a dangerous striker in English premiership football teams.
“The opposition doesn’t need a Rooney (Besigye) who doesn’t score but a Martial (Jpam) who can score goals.”
Wayne Rooney and Anthony Martial play for English premiership side, Manchester United.
Meanwhile, DP National Executive Committee [NEC] will sit tomorrow, Saturday in Masaka to decide on its candidates for 2016 General elections.