Nigerian Filmmaker Niyi Akinmolayan has created an animation that draws awareness to safety practices in fighting against the global pandemic – coronavirus.
The short animation also has voice-overs of some Nigerian indigenous languages, including pidgin, so as to help spread the much-needed info on COVID-19.
Sharing on Instagram, Niyi wrote:
We have made this beautiful 90secs animation in four languages to explain the lockdown and coronavirus to kids. I wrote it myself after trying to explain to my 5yr old. Just like our last video that went viral, I have created a folder with all the videos (download link in bio). There are high quality copies for broadcast and online use and there are also WhatsApp versions to share. Please let’s get it on all TV stations and if anyone can sponsor on youtube, they should. We couldn’t get to use a studio to record other languages so they aren’t as crisp. I have attached a music and effect file for anyone who wants to rework the dialogue to taste.Niyi
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Watch The Video Here: