Nigerian Educational Cartoon Abuja Premiere Announced

Bino and Fino Abuja Launch

Bino and Fino, the educational cartoon will finally get its premiere in Nigeria. The first showing will take place in Abuja on Saturday the 18th . The Abuja launch will is timed to highlight the International Day of the African Child which takes place on June the 16th . The Bino and Fino cartoon project was initiated because of the need to provide Nigerian, African and African Diaspora children with educational media that also reflected positive aspects of their social culture and heritage.

One of the aims of the International day of the African Child is to highlight the poor state of education provision to African children and the way forward. That is why we felt it was apt to launch this unique new African educational cartoon in the same week as this world event.

There will be two screenings. The first is free and takes place at 12:30pm. The second is at 1:30pm and costs N1000 for adults and N500 for children. It will be at Cinema Hall 1 and doors open at 12:00pm.

After the Abuja launch, we intend to hold cinema premieres in Lagos and London in the coming months so stay tuned.

 

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A new black cartoon made in Africa for kids all over the world.
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