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William Kachigamba Cause of Death: How Did William kachigamba Die?

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William Kachigamba Cause of Death: How Did William kachigamba Die? William Kachigamba, a musician from Lilongwe with albinism, died this morning at Kamuzu Central Hospital.

William Kachigamba, a young musician with albinism, has died. Kachigamba died in the early hours of today at Lilongwe’s Kamuzu Central Hospital.

Marcus Magaso, who used to be in Zion Rock Band with him, and his sister Patricia corroborated the news. Patience Namadingo, another musician, raised funds for Kachigamba’s cancer treatment in Zambia in 2020.

Patricia claims that his condition did not improve until he died in Kamuzu Central Hospital. Kachigamba was born on March 3, 1993, in Mvera, Dowa.

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His death comes just three days after the country lost another renowned artist, Walycris Wanyengo, who died on Friday after a bus accident.

William Kachigamba Cause of Death

William Kachigamba, 29, died at Kamuzu Central Hospital (KCH) in Lilongwe after a battle with cancer. Patricia, his sister, verified the news in an interview with local media. The Association of People with Albinism also reported the musician’s death (APAM).

“We regret to inform you that Mr. William Kachigamba passed away as a result of skin cancer. May his soul be at peace, the association wished in a statement released this afternoon. Kachigamba was able to travel to Zambia for cancer treatment in 2020 thanks to fundraising organized by Kachigamba’s fellow artist Patience Namadingo.

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Patricia reported that the treatment did not affect the young musician’s condition. According to APAM, skin cancer continues to be a major problem for people with albinism in Malawi as they must overcome several obstacles to receive prompt treatment.

Over 50 people with albinism have passed already since 2020, according to the organization, as a result of expensive procedures and a lack of a comprehensive skin cancer prevention program.

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