In a bold move, Alien Skin has thrown down the gauntlet, challenging Bobi Wine to exhibit his commitment to Uganda’s liberation by selling his assets, including Busabala Beach, Kawempe properties, and his Magere residence.
Alien Skin contends that such a move would align Bobi Wine with the common people, emphasizing a shared struggle.
The challenge, rooted in the belief that divesting these assets would signify genuine solidarity with the cause, extends beyond rhetoric.
Alien Skin proposes that the proceeds from the sales be dedicated to a noble cause, like establishing a Universal Primary Education (UPE) school or aiding those in need.
While acknowledging awareness of flaws within Bobi Wine’s camp, Alien Skin opts not to publicly expose them.
The crux of the challenge lies in questioning how someone as affluent as Bobi Wine can convincingly claim to lead a struggle for the people’s rights.
In contrast, Mulwana Patrick, also known as Alien Skin, asserts his own journey of overcoming adversity through hard work.
This challenge surfaces after a physical altercation with Bajjo Events in Makindye, involving a security guard shooting at Alien Skin’s vehicle and puncturing its tires.