Over One Year Since He Left: RIP Fhish

Today December 23, 2022 marks exactly one year since popular Cameroonian musician artist, Fhish passed away.

He died in a ghastly accident alongside his manager, Feka Parchibell along the Douala-Buea road.

Fhish was more than just a singer. His songs often carried messages of hope and social and political change.

Note, Mbonjem Lesly Aponglen AKA Fhish was born on the 8th of July 1997 in Bamenda, North West Region to the Mbonjem family. He is the fifth child in a family of Six.

He attended Presbyterian Primary School Azire, where he obtained his FSLC. He later moved to Wum with his uncle and attended forms 1, 2, and 3 in G.H.S Wum. He obtained his GCE ‘O’ and ‘A’ levels in Progressive Comprehensives High school. After this, he went to the University of Bamenda to study theatre Art but dropped out due to the crisis.

Coming from a struggling family he decided to do some menial jobs like a waiter, cleaning, and DJ in snacks and clubs. From then, he realized his calling which was music.

He began his music career in the year 2018 with his first released bonbon Shifflet and since then he has been dropping mind-blowing tracks. He received his first award as the best dancer in the year 2018 and his second award as the best Afro-pop singer in the year 2021.

He is a passionate, vibrant, energetic, charming, singer and songwriter with exceptional musical skills. He does not only have Talent in Music but also in dancing. He also just discovered his poetic skills and is a good teacher.

He decided to go into the Big Brother TV reality show which was a period of revolution in his life where he wanted the world to see him like Aponglen Lesly and not as fhish. He is loved, and he is humble. He is respectful, prayerful 

He left behind his parents, grandmothers, his daughter, siblings, family, and friends (Gophmen) to mourn him.

He Has Done us great songs like Kha Kha, Patience, NJoh, Aunty Kiriku, Hola

Fhish died on 23rd December 2021. May his soul rip.

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Written by Gracious Berinyu

Journalist at CMTV Buea, Cameroon; Chief Marketing Office at C. Media Group of Companies

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