Ghana’s Animation Secures Slot On Amazon Prime

 AnimaxFYB, an animation company based in Ghana has secured a slot on Amazon Prime.

The company’s production, Mmofra, is an online educational and entertainment platform aimed at educating children between the ages of two to 14 years.

It teaches children how to read and count, and engages viewers on age-appropriate subjects.

Following its premier on Amazon Prime, AnimaxFYB Studios becomes the first animation studio from Ghana and West Africa to release a full length animated project on the network.

In just three months, the studio could rake in $1 million from the deal.

Its content is directed by award-winning animator, Francis Yushua Brown, who is the CEO and Creative Director of AnimaxFYB studios.

The studio aims to be the world’s leading producer and provider of authentic and celebrated African stories.

AnimaxFYB Studios offers an exceptional range of 2D and 3D animation, concept development, visual effects, design and post-production services.

Its production includes the award-winning Agorkoli – which tells the story of the migration of Ewes in Ghana and the proof of concept for TutuThe Untold Story of a Kingdom depicting the story of Osei Tutu and the rise of the 17th century Ashanti Kingdom in what is now modern-day Ghana.