Good answer by rcolareta.
I'm actually on a similar track. I weigh 82kg and I'm 179cm with around 16% body fat. When I started I was 94-95kg but I don't know the body fat % I had back then, if I had to guess 22-25%. When I flex, my muscles are all hard and when I touch them they are big but they don't show that much because of the fat, and also the fat makes it a bit harder on the joints as well as makes the exercises harder.
A few things:
-Eat in a calorie deficit (Most important) [You can find it on the internet, take various formulas and then take the average I guess]
-Do intermittent fasting (Even though a lot of people say this is bad) [It actually preserves muscle, and you're going to be fasting for 16 hours and eating the other 8, so you're not stupidly ruining your body by doing water fasts or so. The idea is in the 16 hours your body uses even more fat as storage rather than food. It's not a meal plan or diet plan, just specific eating timing. I used that to get down to 82KG while eating healthy &more protein in 4-5 months, but it's not for everyone. Also, I tried both smaller meals throughout the day without fasting, and only 2-3 meals with fasting, so far the fasting has worked better infact I don't think smaller meals even worked for me, and I'm looking to go back to it, these days I've been slacking a little but it's no big deal]
-Do some sort of fat burning routine (Could be optional, since you don't really need 'exercise' for burning fat) [But I prefer to do it every second day or whenever I feel like it, because sometimes I feel tired on my rest day and I skip the cardio that day. I really prefer something like jump rope]
-Workout with calisthenics regularly. (Should be obvious) [Helps fat loss since you use a lot of muscles (almost all if you're doing full body workouts every 2nd day), and helps preserve more muscle and potentially gain strength].
The best benefits of losing the last bits of fat:
-Better sport performance
-Better cardio conditioning
-Less joint pain
-Healthier weight (duh)
-Improved brain function and better sleep
Take in a few months to lose it. You can't do it miraculously in 1 month. So you have around 7 kg to lose. Should take you 2-3 months to do so. If you hit a plateau, just increase the cardio amount or eat even less calories. Good luck!