One of the best and oldest drama icons of the Mount Zion Film Ministry on the 26th of June was widely celebrated by his fans and most importantly the ministry founder.
Evangelist Wole Olaleye, a season gospel drama minster, who was born on the 26th of June 1961celebrated his 60th birthday (diamond jubilee) on Saturday 26th of June 2021. And he has since been receiving wishes and encomiums from well wishers through his Facebook page and from other social media platforms.
One of these well wishers is Evangelist Mike Bamiloye, taking to his social media via his popular Instagram page, the founder of the Mount Zion Faith Ministry, has celebrated him as a vibrant legend,a vetaran evangelist with countless appearances in gospel movies.
Going back to memory lane, Evangelist Mike Bamiloye recounted few out of the many movies actor Wole Olaleye had featured, such as the earliest Mount Zion movies "Agbara n la" (Ultimate Power) in 1993, "IDE ESU"in1995, and the recent film, ABEJOYE part 1-3, where he acted the role of "Awobiwonu".
Olaleye is best known for good interpretation of roles in films and through that many lives have been imparted positively.
He is blessed with a beautiful wife and blessed children.
Wish this icon many more years ahead in good health as he has contributed immensely to the gospel drama ministries far and wide.
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