- Huruma Town Kids' mimic video of Larry Madowo's interview went viral in Kenya, but there was more to come
- The piece was also aired on CNN, making the hard-working group recognised worldwide, thereby increasing their fanbase
- News Anchor Zain Asher also lauded their talent and brilliance in creating the remake of the report
Huruma Town Kids have made to CNN with their hilarious mimic video to Larry Madowo's wildlife conservation interview with Najib Balala.
The kids have been putting in a lot of work with their reenacted videos and are receiving the recognition they certainly deserve.
It was clear that Asher was thrilled by the video from her tone and praise, something that many felt watching the clip.
They are global now!
Sharing the video on Instagram, Larry said he was happy that the whole world got to see their work and wished them a happy Day of the African Child, marked every year on June 16.
"The @hurumatown80 kids made it to CNN! They recreated my story and then CNN aired their version! They’re brilliant and I’m glad the whole world got to see their work. Happy Day of the African Child to them."
Larry Madowo impressed
Days ago, the CNN correspondent showered praises on the kids, noting the mimic was hilarious and brilliant.
In a video shared on social media, the young crew recreated shots of nature and animals, including a hippo, giraffes and even flamingos - all represented by the young team.
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The journalist spoke to Balala on the impact of COVID-19 on tourism and the conversation efforts taken to ensure that the industry stays afloat.
Larry said it was the best thing to ever happen to a story he's done. He wrote:
"These @hurumatown80 kids have done it again! This is the coolest thing to ever happen to any story I’ve ever done."
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Ikorodu Bois have had similar success
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that sensational Nigerian comedy group, Ikorodu Bois, got people gushing over their amazing talent and recreative prowess.
The talented group recently recreated a motivational video of American TV host and comedian, Steve Harvey to celebrate him as he turned a year older on January 17.
In a video that was shared via the group's official Instagram handle, one of them assumed the stage as he stood in front of the TV in the house, while the original video played in the background.