- Yeye Mistura Asunramu recently shared a video from a classroom of white pupils aborad
- In the video, the young children are can be heard learning how to greet in Yoruba language using a song
- Asunramu commended Funke Akindele whose company Sceneone TV is the producer of the Sokidz TV show
A group of pupils abroad may have learnt a thing or two in the Yoruba language and it is all thanks to Funke Akindele's production house, Sceneone TV.
Yoruba actress and producer, Yeye Mistura Asunramu, recently shared a video of some white children learning how to greet in Yoruba language.
In the video, they can be heard singing the various greetings as a tutor leads them on. The song is believed to be a rhyme sung on one of the episodes of the kiddies show.
Asunramu in her caption, commended Akindele for her contribution in teaching about the Yoruba culture.
In her words:
"Wow, @funkejenifaakindele another great influence from sokids Tv.. even my kids watch d video alot.. No knowledge is lost.. kudos to your team.. omoghetto crooner.. opor.. lets always Appreciate our culture."
Watch video below:
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Meanwhile, Funke Akindele recently got her fans laughing after she announced that she jumped on the trending silhouette challenge.
In a video she shared on her official Instagram page, the slow song used for the challenge was heard in the background and the actress was spotted walking slowly to a door area in her sitting room.
She was spotted in a purple robe as she wiggled her bottom gently to the rhythm of the song.
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Empress recently shared a video of Ada Ameh opening the gift she (Empress) had given her. In the video, Ada whose eyes appear swollen from crying all night, is shocked by the gifts as Empress warns her stop crying.