I have to say, for a grassroots, low-budget game, this is looking to be something special. Oh, the gameplay seems fine, and while the animation isn't that great, this is still a low-budget game, so that is understandable. But the best thing about it so far is it's use of African culture. Video-games, or even the fantasy genre as a whole, rarely use African culture, or even just cultures that aren't Western, Japanese or, to an extent, Chinese. And to see that culture finally get tackled in both fantasy and a video-game is not only a rare sight, but a welcome one.
The only thing you could really use is someone on your staff that knows the English language well, because while the English used in the trailer isn't bad, it isn't all that good either. At this point, that's what you need the most. Other than that, it looks fine, and I look forward to seeing how this progresses.