EVIDENCE: Movie Portraying Struggles of Youth Life Out May 3


The first episode of “Evidence,” a six-part series mirroring diverse aspects of youth life, and the impact of choices made by young persons on their destiny, is set for its global premier on Friday, May 3.


The movie is a production of the BAFTY (Battle For The Young) Movement of Peace House, an international and interdenominational Christian ministry based in Nigeria’s North Central City of Gboko.

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A statement released on Thursday by BAFTY’s team member, in Gboko, noted that “Evidence” is the Christian organization’s first attempt to put on screen, its vision of “rescuing young people all over the nations from the hidden traps and pits of youth life that could ensnare them before they’ve even realized it.”


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He added that the time for the premier is 8pm (GMT+1) and viewers around the world can join in on YouTube to see the movie for the first time.



Shot in locations across Nigeria, “Evidence” is a cinematic portrayal of the theme of a booklet titled Battle For The Young, by Gbile Akanni, a Nigerian Bible teacher and author, that is presently circulating freely all over the world in about six languages including French, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, and Arabic.


The movie offers an intriguing journey not just into the lives of young people and the forces they battle against, but most importantly the weapons they choose to use in fighting against the enemies of their destiny.


It features a rich team of dynamic crew and cast, drawn from diverse cultural, social, and professional backgrounds.


The story of Evidence traces the life of Edward Bolanle, a young man destined for the lion’s share of his grandfather’s wealth, although he soon finds himself standing on the same quicksand that took his father’s life.

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