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FIFA spice Cameroon’s win against Brazil with Ntchemty

by Lesley Ngwa
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One of Cameroon’s most indigenous song enjoyed even across international boundaries,”Nchemty” was played at the 80,000 capacity Lusail stadium in Doha after Cameroon’s victory over Brazil.

A cultural hit done by one of Cameroon’s finest vocalist, Agbor Divine Osang Known by his stage name as Maxy Manorh, was enjoyed for the second time in Qatar.

The first time FIFA unveiled this beautiful piece to the world was during the Cameroon versus Serbia game at the Al Jaboub Stadium.

Thanks to FIFA boss, Gianni Infantino for his initiative of making the World Cup felt in the nooks and crannies of Manyu.

Maxy Manorh’s Nchemty was used once again last Friday to celebrate Cameroon’s grand victory, the second most watched game of the tournament since the opening match, that saw a packed stadium dance to the rythm of Nchemty.

Arguably a perfect way by FIFA to spice up the Lions victory with a song that preaches togetherness.

Since it’s release in September 2021, Nchemty keeps blowing the minds of almost every lover of culture, a song making waves though it’s just a year old.

This inspirational piece from Manorh is one of those hits from Cameroonians played in Qatar during match days of the Indomitable Lions in Particular.

Cameroon’s opening game of the competition was greased with Krys-M’s Latest hit song titled “A Chacun sa Chance”.

For sure, Nchemty will remain on the lips of those who got a feel of it in Qatar even though Cameroon’s campaign was cut short in the group stage of the Competition.

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