In 1994, Petit Pays called on him to join his group, Les Sans Visas as chorist and animateur. Together with Jojo Moussio and Samy Diko he forms a trio called The Dignitaries. With Petit Pays they record Korta (Les dignitaries) a cd of which thousands were sold in French West Africa. This success led to many concerts across Africa and a national tour in Cameroon. The same year, the band won the Best African Group award at the Consty Eka Awards in Libreville, Gabon.
In 1996 Njohreur was invited by
Kotto Bass to participate in the Cameroon
Stars 2000 album which was released by Aladji Toure. On this album several
promising Makossa vocalists covered classics from artists such as J.R.Nelson,
Moni Bile, Pierre Didy Tchakounte and Pierre de Moussy. In this year Njohreur also
left Les Dignitaries to form a duo with his fellow singer Sergeo Polo. The new duo creates a new dance craze with their Makossa-Zingue style, which combines
Makossa with the popular Congolese Ndombolo.
Due to this success their album Le mari d'autrie is chosen as the best Makossa
record of 1997 and the duo itself as the revelation of 1997. The cooperation with Sergeo Polo didn't last long, but in
1998 Njohreur continued his success with the acclaimed first solo album Ka-Byla: Zingue came no go.