Nigerian television viewers were in for an exciting time last weekend as they watched with bated breath for Episode 2 of the Etisalat sponsored Kids Say The Darndest Things to unveil a new set of kids in the unscripted traditions of the show.
The show commenced with 3-year-old Corbin Oguneye coming on stage with two pirate toys which he introduced to the host Tony Okungbowa as “Moomoo” and “Captain Jake”. In a lively exchange with Tony, he tickled the fancy of the audience as he demonstrated why “Moomoo” and “Captain Jake” were the best of his friends and how emotional he becomes when he sometimes loses them.
When Tony asked him what happens when he is naughty, Oguneye responded that his mum sends him to the thinking corner. Tony then decided to play Oguneye’s mum and said “you have been naughty Corbin, go to the thinking corner” and he retorted “you are not my mama and you are not a girl” which drew great laughter and applause from the audience.
“Ask The Experts” segment hosted 5 connoisseurs, Christine (12); Ola (10); Babafemi (10); Nkechi (11) and Fiyinfoluwa whose knowledge of different genre and meaning of Nigerian music was put to test. First song on the test was P-Square’s “Chop my Money”.
The final part of the episode was the introduction of three lovely ladies to a panel discussion in what the host termed “Tony’s Angels” – Faith (9), Amarachi (11) and Ashley (9). The panel deliberated on Adulthood and Childhood to ascertain which was better. They went back and forth advancing reasons for and against the topic. Faith chose the former and Ashley chose the latter while Amarachi stood as the presiding judge. It’s safe to say that those for Adulthood won after much argument and evidence was given.
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.
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