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#ThrowbackThursday What do you remember about Mount Zion's "The Ultimate Power"?

At the end of most Mount Zion movies, either the fear of rapture is intensified, you grow spiritually or you go to bed horrified.

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It's Thursday and we are throwing it back to the popular Mount Zion movie "Agbara Nla" also known as "The Ultimate Power."

The Mount Zion Film Production is as old as the mainstream Nigerian film industry, Nollywood.

For some, their movies fostered spirituality, while for some, Mount Zion productions intensified the fear of hell and the idea of eternity.

Mike Bamiloye in "The Ultimate Power" play

Mike Bamiloye in "The Ultimate Power (Agbara Nla)"

(Mount Zion Film Productions )

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Probably for some others, they were simply entertaining movies, while for some, it was just an avenue to deprive one of a good night sleep with scary scenes capable of causing nightmares.

"Agbara Nla" was released in 1992 while "Ultimate Power" (an English version) was released in 1994.

Written and directed by Mike Bamiloye movie, the movie made the term "Ayamatanga" a popular one.

play A scene from "The Ultimate Power"

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It also starred Yemi Adepoju, Toyin Oke, Mike Bamiloye, Gloria Bamiloye among others.

While it's difficult to clearly remember the movie, we sure do remember that it possessed characteristics of most Mount Zion movies.

The movie definitely had a native doctor, a pastor and his wife, judgement day, hell fire, angels and devil tempting the pastor.

Who remembers the movie?

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