Children Television series, ‘Kids Say the Darndest Things’, powered by Cliqlite from Etisalat Nigeria, is set to commence airing the season 2 edition from August 20, for the viewing pleasures of families.
The nationwide airing of the series will be on both terrestrial and satellite TV stations and will provide a gateway into the minds of children, featuring enthralling views on topical issues, rib-cracking imitation of parents’ mannerisms and insights into their future among others.
Among the terrestrial and satellite TV Stations on which Kids Say the Darndest Things 2 will be aired include NTA Network (Sat.9 am), STV (Sat. 9.30am) and Africa Magic, Channel 154 (Sun. 4 pm and 5pm on Wednesday). Others are WAPTV (Sat. 9.30 am) OGTV (Sat. 5.30pm), PRTV (Sat. 7.30pm), ABS (Sat. 5.30 pm) and Royal Roots TV (Sat. 9 am & 4 pm on Sunday).
Speaking at a premier of the 2nd season of KSDT held at Genesis Deluxe Cinema, Lekki, Manager, Sponsorships, Etisalat Nigeria, Orah Egwu, promised that this new season will be a blockbuster of exciting moments. She also spoke about the introduction of a new segment primarily dedicated to celebrating exceptionally talented children.
The 2nd season of KSDT will be anchored by actor, producer, Disc Jockey and America’s favorite sidekick on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Tony Okungbowa. Okungbowa starred in, and produced the film, “Mother of George”, “Restless City” and the soon to be released, “Echo Park” which was an official selection at the Los Angeles Film fest 2014.
The television show, which has enjoyed popularity and rave reviews in various markets like Australia, Singapore, India and Italy, was launched in Nigeria during the first quarter of 2015, with the original format adapted to the Nigerian market. The theme of the show is “Let Your Little Star Shine Bright”.
*Photo shows (l-r) Oludare Onasanya, Executive Producer, HB Consolidated; Orah Egwu, Manager, Sponsorships, Etisalat Nigeria and Oyindamola Ademosu, Specialist, Teen Segment, at the Priemere of the season 2 of Etisalat-sponsored Kids Say the Darndest Things in Lagos at the weekend