GFNG had earlier reported that Evang. Mike Bamiloye promised to release every movie by Mount Zion Faith Ministries to CNN and the BBC to show their audience at zero cost. According to him, the bold step is to use their movies as a tool for evangelism to harvest more souls back into the fold.
‘If CNN or BBC would Collect and broadcast all my Movies, I will give them for Free. All I Need Now are SOULS. Time is Short!’ – He shared.
Following the update, many of his followers took to the comment section of the post to advise Evang. Mike Bamiloye to reach out to StarTimes as they are easily accessible and fairly considerate with their decision to take in movies to broadcast compared to the British Broadcasting Corporation, popularly known as the BBC, and the Cable News Network, professionally known as CNN, which barely show movies.
A few minutes ago, the filmmaker announced that he would gladly release all his movies for StarTimes to broadcast, adding that the number of movies the ministry has produced is enough to run the media company for a whole year.
“If Startimes needs gospel movies, they will reach out to us, we have movies that could last them a whole year” – He shared
As of the time of gathering this report, many of his followers have taken to the comment section to thank him for the step, while some users have tagged the media company and others repeatedly so they can be notified and also act accordingly.
See some comment below;
Blessing Olabisi: StarTimes pls kindly take this great opportunity coupled with you newly npfl right am sure sky will be the starting point for you
Akinyemi Thayor Smoothsure; StarTimes please reach out to them ooo we need more of christian movies
ChukwuEbuka Muogbo; Everyone should be involved in this Great Movement, even from your little corner
Chinwe Nwa Okoye:Netflix we need gospel movies too. Stop promoting g*y movies only.
Amarachi Nwosu: I have always wanted to see Mount Zion films on Netflix, I pray it happens
David Ayejuro: Pls give to kingdom movies24. They’re always repeating a very few sets of mzf