Former Big Brother Africa star starts creative animations for African children (Photo)

Former Big Brother Africa star starts creative animations for African children (Photo)

- Luis Munana, who was formerly a housemate in Big Brother Africa, has created animations to help African children learn

- He reveals that he decided to create the animations after winning a project competition in the house

- Munana has revealed that the animations are available in various African languages as well as in English language

A former housemate of the Big Brother Africa show, Luis Munana, has created animations focused on educating children on carefully-selected topics.

According to Munana, who has been named by Forbes as one of Africa’s biggest game changers, the animations are available in English as well as local African languages.

He explained that he developed the concept after his group in the Big Brother House won a project competition even though the odds were against them.

Former Big Brother Africa star starts creative animations for African children (Photo)

Luis Munana Source: zone.my.na
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He thereafter decided to use persuasion and visuals to convince people of the potential of his creation.

Munana, according to a BBC News Africa report, adds that at present, five African countries, Ghana, Kenya, South Africa, Nigeria and Namibia have animated series focused on children.

The project, he adds, is designed to help African children know more about their own countries as well as other African countries.

Social media users have praised him for his efforts at helping children learn in a fun and amazing way:

Murungi was happy Munana is making a huge difference.

Shandytsinine asked for God's blessings om Munana.

Arnadottir urged him to keep up the good work.

Akok is convinced Africa can do more to help the world.

In other news, Jermaine and Sarah Griggs have travelled with their children to about 16 African countries in a bid to ‘world-school’ them.

The parents own two online businesses but have put together a team to manage them as they travel the world.

The strategy is also to help them free themselves from the traps of societal expectations.

The Griggs added that they are convinced their children learn new things as they travel and are therefore not influenced by traditional way of doing things.

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