Mike Bamiloye, the founder and president of Mount Zion Drama Ministry, has revealed that he was once a pickpocket before he gave his life to God.
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Speaking in an Interview with Tribune, the cleric stated that he started pickpocketing on the street at the early age of seven.
He also said he has been passionate about God’s at age 16, adding that he took the zeal to the higher institution.
“I have been so passionate about God since I was age 16. I had given my life to Jesus Christ as of that time and I have been serving Him right from the school fellowship in my secondary school days.
“The zeal went with me to the College of Education, Ilesha, Osun State. But before I gave my life to Christ, I used to pick pockets on the street, precisely at age seven, but the grace of God found me.
“At 21 and 1981 and 1983 or thereabout, I joined a drama unit of the Christian fellowship of the College. I served in that department because that was where my passion was. I was assisting with writing of scripts and also in co-ordination.
“Even when I was not the drama unit director, I was involved directing rehearsals. While working for God in the college, I had consistently believed that there was a purpose assigned for me by God to fulfill.
“I had known that there was a gift inside of me which God wanted me to use, but the vision wasn’t so clear until after my youth service when I went back to assist the drama unit of the college.