Joshua, a gospel singer and son of the founder of Mount Zion Drama Ministry, Mike Bamiloye, has warned Christians against being addicted to any form of entertainment that “competes with God” in their hearts.
He said football addicts and movie freaks are in “the same boat” with viewers of the Big Brother Naija reality show, which he said, “contains immoral scenes and isn't exactly productive.”
Bamiloye maintained that football lovers can only criticise BBNaija viewers if they haven't “skipped a fellowship over a hot match, or you haven't been checking live scores during the service.”
On his Twitter handle, he wrote, “The fact remains that whatever competes with God in your heart is on the same boat, of course we know the show contains immoral scenes and isn't exactly productive (life of over 80% of entertainment content today).”
He urged Christians to place God as “top priority”, stressing that “it'll reflect in how much wisdom we apply in handling these contents.”