Mbarara, Uganda | NOW THEN DIGITAL — Fangone Forest artist Patrick Mulwana, also known as Alien Skin, is facing legal trouble for failing to fulfill a performance commitment in Mbarara. Deluxe Lounge, a popular venue in Mbarara, has announced its intention to take legal action against Alien Skin for breaching their contract.
An official notice of intent to sue, shared by local events promoter Balaam Barugahara, reveals that Alien Skin did not fulfill his performance commitment at Deluxe Lounge on October 28, 2023.
The notice states that Alien Skin was contracted to perform at the venue on the specified date but failed to do so. It further demands that the artist pay damages and losses amounting to Shs250 million, which were incurred due to his non-performance.
The notice sets a 14-day deadline for Alien Skin to make the payment, with the implication that legal action will be taken if he fails to comply.
This incident is not the first time Alien Skin has faced allegations of not fulfilling performance obligations after being paid.
As of now, Alien Skin has not responded to these allegations.
Notice of intention to sue
To@AlienSkin musician, kampala Uganda.
Be notified that Deluxe Grill and lounge Mbarara intends to sue you for breach of contract wit you were contracted to perform at its facility on 28th October 2023 at 12;00 am. But you failed to perform as per…
— Balaam Barugahara Ateenyi.Dr (@BalaamAteenyiDr) October 29, 2023