Sultan of Brunei Prince Azim we know the causes of his death

Sultan of Brunei Prince Azim: we know the causes of his death

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A LONG FIGHT AGAINST DISEASE

After the death on October 24 of Prince Azim, second son of the Sultan of Brunei, his younger brother Abdul Mateen Bolkiah took the floor to reveal the causes of his death and the long illness that was fatal to him.
The Sultanate of Brunei is in mourning today. On Saturday, October 24, Prince Haji ‘Abdul’ Azim, nicknamed Prince Azim, died at the age of 38. The second son of Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah died in hospital after having “lost the fight against a serious illness” according to our German colleagues in Bunte. The royal palace, however, remained very discreet about this drama. This led the South Asian press to wonder about the disease which was fatal to Prince Azim of Brunei, many media mentioning the hypothesis of liver cancer.

So, to put an end to the rumors, his younger brother Prince Mateen of Brunei chose to break the silence and reveal the causes of Prince Azim‘s death. It was through a long Instagram message posted on Tuesday, October 27, reported on the blog Histoires Royales, that the 29-year-old prince spoke. After paying homage to his brother, the young son of the Sultan of Brunei reveals the real illness from which the jet-set prince suffered.

Victim of an autoimmune disease

“Earlier this year, my brother was diagnosed with severe systemic vasculitis, which is an autoimmune disease. An autoimmune disease is a condition marked by a dysfunction of the immune system that causes antibodies to attack the tissues of his own body “explains Abdul Mateen Bolkiah. Prince Azim‘s body actually turned on him and his defense system began to attack his own organs. “Finally, my brother succumbed to the failure of several of his organs caused by chronic infections due to his autoimmune disease. This is what caused his death on the morning of October 24, 2020” specifies the prince, who adds that his brother also suffered from bipolar disorder, “which made his battle with the disease even more difficult.”

Prince Mateen of Brunei finally explains why he chose to speak on the death of Prince Azim: “We wanted to share this information about his illnesses because I know that is what my brother would have wanted. always campaigned to highlight different causes “. Unveiling the causes of his death is therefore a way of paying him a last tribute.

Death of Prince Azim of Brunei: the causes of his sudden disappearance at the age of 38 revealed

On October 24, Prince Azim, son of the Sultan of Brunei, Hassanal Bolkiah, died at the age of 38. The causes of his disappearance were revealed by the German media Bunte.

The Sultanate of Brunei has been in mourning for several days. On October 24, the country’s official television channel announced the sudden disappearance of Prince Azim at the age of 38. Fourth in the order of succession to the throne, the second son of Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah died in hospital following a “serious illness”, reports the German media Bunte. And while Asian media relayed the likelihood of liver cancer, Prince Mateen of Brunei, Prince Azim‘s younger brother, revealed that it was actually an autoimmune disease.

“Earlier this year, my brother was diagnosed with severe systemic vasculitis, which is an autoimmune disease. An autoimmune disease is a condition marked by a dysfunction of the immune system that causes antibodies to attack the tissues of his own body, “said the prince on his Instagram account, which added that his brother’s immune system had ended up attacking his organs, causing his death. “Eventually, my brother succumbed to the failure of several of his organs caused by chronic infections due to his autoimmune disease. This is what caused his death on the morning of October 24, 2020,” he said. highlighted.

Prince Azim also suffered from bipolar disorder.

A disease which was “difficult to cross” for Prince Azim, who was also suffering from bipolar disorder as revealed by Prince Mateen. However, it was out of the question for him to keep silent about his brother’s illness any longer. “We wanted to share this information about his illnesses because I know that is what my brother would have wanted. He has always campaigned to highlight different causes,” he added. Indeed, for several years Prince Azim, in addition to being very friends with many celebrities such as Naomi Campbell and Mariah Carey, was committed to people with autism, calling in particular to treat them “with respect”.

 

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