Traditional Games Nigerian Children Play

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Published on May 27, 2019 by

In today’s video, we will be showing you the traditional games played by the typical Nigerian children who were born in earlier centuries than the 20th century.

Every 27th day of the month of may, Nigeria celebrates children’s day. The typical Nigerian child of the earlier centuries when technology hasn’t taken over has played some of the traditional games shown in this video if not all.

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10 comments

  • Ant Nam 3 weeks ago

    Television or no television, games or not, we always play outside hahaa!

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  • Ant Nam 3 weeks ago

    Looks like a TV session I saw on TVC.

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  • Abdul Jeleel A to ideas went me as ewe 3 weeks ago

    I was really like this game its was make me feel good bcoz by then where was not media like this day that is our game by then it is so nice

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  • anu anu 3 weeks ago

    I am an Indian but i like it your Channel because your program’s very nice and natural

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  • tex o 3 weeks ago

    Banana Island kids play computer games lol

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  • Okebadan Dahunsi 3 weeks ago

    Ten Ten, O kere O below😂😂😂& Suwe. Those are the good ol’ days. What about Ringa Ring of Roses, a Garden full of Roses, Atishoo, Atishoo, we all fall down😂😂Fire on the Mountain, Run, Run Run. Also Boju Boju, Alo mi Alo.
    My Nigerian Childhood days are one of the best😍

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  • Seena Varghese 3 weeks ago

    Good job! Looks fun! Kids need to play outside like that!

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  • Meriwether 3 weeks ago

    In the UK we played many similar games – some with only minor differences in the detail. They had different names, of course. 😊

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  • Africwomenpower 2 weeks ago

    This was so refreshing to watch.

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  • Erika Adeyi 2 weeks ago

    We play like boju boju. We call it hideand seek~Canada

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