Nigerian singer Divine Ikubor, professionally known as Rema, has been hosted by Rwandan President Paul Kagame at the presidential palace in Kigali.
Recall that the music star was in Kigali to attend the 2023 Trace Music Awards, where he won the Global African Artiste of the Year and Song of the Year for his hit song “Calm Down.”
During his visit to the President on Sunday, October 22, Rema said that Rwanda gives him the vibe of a place where he can rest and feel at home without having to travel overseas.
“A lot of time, we just want to take that break, we just want to lay back… I feel like with here we can serene energy, that vibe.”
He also expressed his belief that Africa can achieve great things when its people unite.
“I feel like it’s even going to be a bigger thing when we (Africans) start uniting. I must say thank you so much, Mr President.”
President Kagame warmly welcomed Rema to Rwanda and congratulated him on his recent achievements. Rema was also praised for his commitment to promoting African culture and music around the world.
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