Darasimi Mike Bamiloye, the firstborn daughter and third child of Evangelist Mike Bamiloye and Gloria Mike Bamiloye, has made a name for herself as a versatile talent. She’s a spoken word artist, dramatist, musician, and producer, fully immersed in the world of Mount Zion films where she has acted in various roles and capacities.
Her acting journey with Mount Zion films began at a young age when she starred in films like “Wounded Heart” and “Captives of the Mighty.” These early 2000s films saw a young Darasimi demonstrating her talent on the silver screen, the first glimpses of a blossoming career.
|Name||Darasimi Oyor (née Mike Bamiloye)|
|Date of Birth||14th May 1997|
|Occupation||Spoken word artist, Drama minister, producer, musician|
|Education||Babcock University (B.A English)|
|Siblings||Damilola Mike Bamiloye, Joshua Mike Bamiloye|
|Parents||Evangelist Mike and Gloria Bamiloye|
|Movies||Captives of the Mighty, Land of Fury, Haunted, Exemplary etc.|
|Known For||Being Mike Bamiloye’s daughter, Christian Drama Production|
Darasimi Oyor Background (nee Mike Bamiloye)
Darasimi Mike Bamiloye stepped into the world on the 14th of May in the late mid-90s, into the family of Evangelist Mike and Gloria Bamiloye. Her older brothers are Damilola Mike Bamiloye and Joshua Mike Bamiloye.
Darasimi Oyor Education (nee Mike Bamiloye)
Darasimi received her education from Bowen University, a private institution located in Osun state, where she studied English and earned her Bachelor’s degree. After graduating in 2017, she served at the National Youth Service Corps in Kebbi state, a northwestern part of Nigeria. The experience of serving in Kebbi state was indeed memorable and she utilized the opportunity to produce a film there.
While serving in Kebbi state, Darasimi produced “Land of Fury,” a movie that explores the abduction and subsequent rescue of high school girls by militants, depicting a divine intervention. She received assistance from her brothers, Damilola and Joshua, who flew in from Ibadan to Kebbi with the necessary equipment for the shoot.
But “Land of Fury” isn’t the only film written by Darasimi; she’s also credited for “Haunted,” a story of a woman set to marry, but haunted by her past as an ex-lover threatens to defile her on the brink of her wedding.
Aside from films, Darasimi is a gifted spoken word artist, ministering to many through this unique form. She has also appeared in several of her brother’s music videos.
Darasimi Oyor Husband
Darasimi’s meeting with her future husband Lawrence Oyor has its roots in Kebbi state. Both born-again Christians, Lawrence being a music minister himself, they seemed like a perfect match.
According to Lawrence, after God spoke to him about Darasimi, he prayed earnestly for a year seeking divine guidance. As he struggled with the decision, he decided to serve God and distract his mind with other things. Eventually, he gathered the courage to talk to her and journeyed from Oyo state to Kebbi state to meet Darasimi. While initially surprised, Darasimi sought divine guidance and also received confirmation.
Today, both Lawrence Oyor and Darasimi Mike Bamiloye are dedicated to Christian ministry. Lawrence has already made a significant impact in the Nigerian Christian sphere, particularly ministering to the youth and through deep spiritual songs known as chants.