Rema Shares Serene Moments with Rwandan President Kagame

‘Calm Down’ Hitmaker Visits Kigali Presidential Palace Following Triumph at Trace Music Awards

In a noteworthy meeting that bridged the realms of music and diplomacy, Divine Ikubor, popularly known as Rema, had the honor of meeting Rwandan President Paul Kagame. The burgeoning Nigerian musician, fresh from his triumph at the 2023 Trace Music Awards in Kigali, paid a courtesy visit to the presidential palace on Sunday, October 22.

Rema, who scooped accolades at the awards ceremony held a day earlier, was warmly received by President Kagame. At the prestigious event, Rema was named the Global African Artist of the Year and also clinched the Song of the Year award for his chart-topping track, “Calm Down.”

During his visit to the President, Rema expressed his admiration for Rwanda, stating, “Coming to Rwanda, it gives me that vibe of a place I 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. And 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.”

To catch a glimpse of the meeting, watch the video below:

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