Rwandan Singer Dies From Cancer at 27

Rwandan musician Ivan Bravan has died at the age of 27, according to a statement from his manager.

“It is with unimaginable sadness that we announce the untimely death of our beloved Yvan Bravan tonight in India while undergoing treatment for pancreatic cancer.

“Ivan Bravan was a true soul who radiated happiness to everyone around him. He motivated us all to love our country and culture.”

“His loss will have a huge impact on his family, friends and our industry as a whole.

“I am confident that our community will remain united even as we experience this unspeakable tragedy.”

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The artist was undergoing treatment for pancreatic cancer in India after being diagnosed.

To quell rumors about his safety, the artist released a statement on August 4 after arriving in India, confirming to friends and followers that he was in good health and of the illness he was experiencing. I was told that I was awaiting a medical evaluation to

After being hospitalized for several weeks due to illness, the “Malaika” singer was sent to an Asian country for additional treatment. Bravan thanked all those who prayed for him and the Rwandan government for covering his medical expenses.

He rose to fame in Rwanda as a result of his 2016 hit “Malaika”. In 2018 he won his Prix Découvertes, one of Africa’s leading music competitions run by RFI and his RFI. UNESCOOn social media, many Rwandans mourned his death.

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