The First Nigerian Children's Cartoon Fully Available In Igbo, Yoruba, Hausa & English


Are you a parent who is trying to help your young children speak your Nigerian language? It is hard to find educational children’s content that is our local languages. This is especially true when it comes to cartoon shows. Children love cartoons but most of the cartoons we watch in Nigeria are either foreign or are in English. Most of those cartoons don’t show any characters that are relatable to the Nigerian and African experience.

For example, as a Yoruba speaking parent, it is hard to find cartoon shows in Nigeria for children in Yoruba that can help your children speak the language. The same applies to  Igbo, Hausa and all the other local languages.

With this in mind, we are pleased to announce that our children's educational cartoon show is now available in Yoruba , Igbo, Hausa and English. At some point we hope to expand the number of Nigerian languages the show is available in. Here are some episodes for you to watch. 

Yoruba

If you liked that episode you can download more of them by clicking here.

Igbo

If you liked that episode you can download more of them by clicking here.

If you liked that episode you can download more of them by clicking here.

English

More About Bino and Fino & the Creators of The Show

Bino and Fino is made and produced by us at EVCL animation studio. Our studio is based in Abuja. The Bino and Fino Show has been around since 2010 when the 1st episode was launched on YouTube. You can have a taste of how we work in the following video.

We have been privileged enough to be featured on CNN, Daily Trust, BBC and more over the years. Here are some of the platforms the show has been featured on.

 

The show is now popular among several markets in the US, UK and the EU.

The good thing is that things are changing and more companies are producing children's cartoons locally. Hopefully in the coming years there will be more choice for parents who want their children to watch cartoons that reflect their culture, language and heritage.