- Mike Bamiloye has said that many young ladies would fall victim to evil
- The drama minister stated this while speaking about Valentine's Day celebration
- Bamiloye said many would wake up empty on the day following the lovers' day
Popular drama minister Mike Bamiloye has shared his opinion about Valentine's Day, which many lovers across the world would be celebrating.
This year's celebration falls on Sunday, February 14, and the man of God revealed what happens on that day.
According to him, Val's Day is the day that destinies and souls of men and women are harvested into pieces that cannot be gathered.
Bamiloye stated that the destinies of people would be sold for a price of pizza, donuts, and iPhones.
"It is Valentinous Day! Ignoble Spirits of the Rivers and Oceans the World over are migrating to the Club Houses and Parties to mingle with the Sons and Daughters of Men.
"This Evening, Marine Spirits and Spirits of the Forests in Human forms would wine and dine with the Men and women. Many would sleep on the same bed tonight with ghosts and spirits from Demonic kingdoms who had come to make vows and covenants with the sons and daughters of men.
"The fortunes and destinies of many young girls and Ladies would end up tonight in Shrines of Money Rituals.
"Destinies and fortunes and Meaningfulness of life shall be polluted this evening and by tomorrow morning, many shall wake up empty and shallow and light because they have been plundered and all their treasures have been stolen."
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Tope Alabi's husband celebrated the singer on Val's Day.
Tope's husband shared a lovely photo of them together and captioned it with beautiful words.
Showering the singer with beautiful words, Soji described her as his choice and the only one God made for him. According to the singer's husband, there has never been a day of regret since he met her.
The singer's husband said he celebrates and cherishes her forever.
Sola Oloruni is a Legit.ng journalist with five years of working experience in the media industry. She graduated from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism, where she obtained a post-graduate diploma in 2015.
Prior to that, she studied Linguistics and Nigerian Languages at the Ekiti State University, Ekiti, where she obtained her first degree. She is passionate about social development and women’s health.