Free Uganda chairman, David Sejusa, has addressed the gathering of Democratic Party delegates meeting at Katomi Kingdom Hotel.
Sejusa, repeated that former Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) President, Kizza Besigye, won the 2006 elections.
However, the Electoral Commission, responsible for announcing the election results, was intimidated into declaring the incumbent President Yoweri Museveni the winner.
Sejusa says that he realises he let the country down during his service as a Uganda Peoples Defence Forces officer.
He says he wishes to make up for his mistakes by helping the opposition coalition to ouster Museveni, who he helped bring into power in a five year bush war.
Sejusa says that if President Museveni opts to leave power peacefully, then the opposition will be peaceful.
“However, if he decides to impose himself on the country and use force, I am ready to use force too,” Sejusa promised.
Sejusa also says that President Museveni is being dishonest in claiming that Uganda is set to become a first world country.
Sejusa says that in the 30 years Museveni has been in power, Ugandans instead cannot produce their own shoes, their own clothes, have no factories and rely on exporting and wearing dead Europeans clothes.
Speaking to the delegates at the same event, former Vice President Gilbert Bukenya Gilbert said that the government is desperately creating new districts in an effort to bolster more support for the NRM which is dwindling.
Bukenya has asked DP members to stop fighting internally because they need to concentrate on fighting their common enemy who he labelled the “the yellow dictator”.