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Genii Games just released the trailer of their upcoming animated series, Yoruba 101. The series, which is an extension of the Yoruba 101 app, will start airing on October 14, 2016.

The first season of the miniseries will run for 6 to 8 weeks and each weekly episode will be based on contexts to help kids learn basic Yoruba customs like greetings.

If you think the characters in Yoruba 101 look familiar, it’s cos they are the same ones in Genii Game’s B.O.L.A series. Tughu, Ewa and the old man are here again to teach kids to teach kids about their culture.

Yoruba 101 videos will be run on the Genii Games’ YoutubeFacebookInstagram, and Twitter pages.

Here’s the trailer (there’s a Trick the Villain Easter Egg in it).

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