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Secular Singers Who Were Called To Be Gospel Artistes Should Come Back -Mike Bamiloye

Mike BamiloyerealPopular pastor, Mike Bamiloye has sent out a word of advice to Nigerian singers who were called to sing for God but decided to go secular.

He revealed that doing such is simply them receiving a gift from God and handing it over to the devil.

He then urged them to come back as fast as they can and they will be forgiven.

See what he shared, MikeBami

Do you agree?

Mike Bamiloye (born April 13, 1960) is a Nigerian film actor, dramatist, producer and director. He is an evangelist and founder and president of Mount Zion Drama Ministry and Mount Zion Television.

Mike was born on April 13, 1960 at Ilesa, a town in Osun State southwestern Nigeria. He was trained at Divisional Teachers’ Training College at Ipetumodu where he began his career. He founded Mount Zion on August 5, 1985. His debut drama, titled Hell in Conference was staged at the National Christian Teachers Conference in 1986 at Ilesa in Osun State. He has featured, produced and directed several Nigerian films over the years.

He is married to Gloria Bamiloye, a Nigerian film actress and evangelist, with children (Damilola, Joshua and Darasimi Mike-Bamiloye).

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