The series will help young boys and girls to learn about the different cultures, traditions and practices from South Africa, Ghana, Kenya, and Nigeria.
Boomerang has announced that it will launch My African Stories – a video series aimed at raising young African kids’ voices by allowing them to share cultural moments of their daily lives with their peers across the continent.
The series will allow young boys and girls, aged between four and nine, to learn about the different cultures, traditions and practices from South Africa, Ghana, Kenya, and Nigeria. This new local initiative will immerse children across Africa in the legacy of tradition while experiencing daily tales from different African societies.
On May 18, Boomerang will bring its young viewers My Weekend with Lesedi, then on May 21, it will stream A Typical Day at the Market with Yaa.
Observed during Africa Month, Africa Day, on May 25, celebrates and acknowledges African solidarity, unity in diversity, creativity, challenges, and successes. In celebration of this day, Boomerang will take viewers to Nigeria, where little Pascal’s passion is ballet dancing.
Lastly, a 3D cupcake birthday card and DIY wool haircut are in line with My Birthday with Kimberly launching on May 28.