Nollywood actor, Raphael Niyi Stephen, who premiered his first movie “At the Darkest Hour” in Lagos State recently, has revealed that his decision to produce a gospel-like movie was towards fulfilling his covenant with God.
According to him, “I have made a covenant with God that my first film would be a gospel movie and I appreciate God that this came to a reality. I am dedicating it to Him,” Stephen revealed.
The movie, which teaches patience and faithfulness in difficult times, also emphasised that people must remain steadfast in God.
He noted that the movie was culled out from his mentor and pastor’s book entitled: “At the Darkest Hour” to educate the people.
He acknowledged the support of everyone that contributed to the success of the project, especially the movie director, Segun Kayode (K-Factor) and Assistant Director, Ademola Ishola.