Mike Bamiloye, the founder of Mount Zion Faith Ministries International, has described women who beat their husbands as “living dead”. 


The 61-year-old clergyman took to his Instagram page on Monday to reflect on the rising cases of domestic violence across the country. 

The veteran filmmaker also had something to say about men who beat their wives, noting that they deserve a place at the psychiatric hospital.

“A wife that beats her husband is dead and rotten while she is alive,” he said.


“When a man uses a belt, wire, blow, knife, slap, or any domestic violence means on his wife.

“He is worthy to be awarded a duplex at a neuro-psychiatric hospital or he can just go there himself and tell them to admit him there until he is okay.”

Bamiloye has made the headlines on numerous occasions for his comments on societal issues often interpreted from a religious perspective.


In 2020, he had urged single people to exercise patience when searching for partners to avoid making a mistake.

During this year’s Valentine’s Day celebration, the cleric and actor had also stated that any sex act done outside marriage is a conscious blood covenant with the devil.

Bamiloye is married to Gloria and the union is blessed with three children — namely Damilola, Joshua and Darasimi respectively.


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