This morning, Four TV3 Journalist Including Berla Mundi Challenged Captain Smart as they brought Four Eggs And Schnapps inside their Studio. The challenge was accepted by Journalists after Captain Smart threw it yesterday.
The four eggs stood for the four Journalist while the schnapps was used to pacify their various ancestors.
The challenge was to see different Journalists dressing themselves in the Ga Adangme Homowo costume. As usual, they sang and poured libation to glorify their past leaders for helping them to see a new Homowo festival.
Berla Mundi and all the four Journalist had leaves wrapped around their necks. That was the same costume Captain Smart wore yesterday. Just that he didn't wear white.
Many people feels that, if only you're on Ga land, you should be able to observe the Homowo festival. That was one thing Suggested by Captain Smart yesterday.
Viewers were left with smiles all over their faces as the four TV3 Journalists danced Kpalongo which Captain Smart couldn't dance when he took his turn.
Perhaps the TV3 Journalist won the challenge against Onua TV's Captain Smart.
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