Every weekend brings us new episodes of the Etisalat sponsored Kids Say The Darndest Things Season 2 where Nigerian children are at their unscripted best drawing us into their world and thought patterns with their very hilarious and insightful comments on various topical issues.
Episode 4 was a thrill to watch as the host, Tony Okungbowa introduced a panel of Mojuasegunlo (5), Abike (5), and Tise (7) and put forward a question most parents dread. “Where do babies come from”? According to Tise, babies come from their mommy’s belly which his fellow panelists fully agreed with. He followed it up by asking how long they stayed in their mommy’s belly. To great laughter from the audience Mojuasegunlo said 100 minutes which Abike also supported but Tise disagreed and said he was there was for 2 billion minutes which elicited even greater laughter from the audience and ‘disbelief’ from the host.
The stand out child on this episode was 9-year-old Praise Adebayo who wowed the audience with superb sticking skills on the drums. Praise who says he plays by ear showed why he was that good at such a nascent age as he revealed that he started playing the drums at age 4 and practiced 4 hours daily to improve his skills. This says a lot about his diligence.
There was also an interesting one-on-one session by Tony with Damilola Omololu, a young boy as he was asked how many children he wanted, he gleefully said one and when asked for the reason, he said “I don’t want to pay too much school fees” which made the audience erupt into laughter, he had a lot of opinions about life, money and wives. He is definitely a kid to watch out for.
To see more exciting moments from yet another KSDT episode, viewers should tune in to NTA Network on Saturday, 9 am; STV on Saturday, 9.30am and Africa Magic Channel 154 on Sunday, 4 pm and 5pm on Wednesdays. Others are WAPTV, Saturday, 9.30 am; OGTV, Saturday, 5.30pm; PRTV Saturday. 7.30pm; ABS Saturday. 5.30 pm and Royal Roots TV, Saturday, 9 am and 4 pm on Sundays.
You can also join the conversation on social media, “What do your kids say?” tag @Kidssayng on Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and @KidssayNigeria on Facebook
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