Within the Camp, there are several other structures like the main auditorium, the Redeemer University (RUN), The Redeemed Christian Bible College, Redeemer High School, International Guest House, post office, supermarket, power station, water treatment plant among others.
According to Pastor Adesina, the GO’s modest request for a house was granted by God in form of a city that has now become the cynosure of eyes within Nigeria, and internationally.
city is also a resident of the Redeemed Camp. According to him, the Camp produces about six million litres of potable water for drinking. “Anytime my department needs power supply, we get it. I enjoy living and working here and I don’t think I intend to leave here for now because there is security, regular power supply and good road network.”
Olayiwola’s position. He said although he spends an average of N4,000 per month on electricity, he is happy to pay because light is available. “I have light in my house 24 hours a day, seven days per week. Before I moved here I used to iron (sic) as many of my clothes as possible whenever PHCN light comes, now I iron my cloth only when I want to go out,” he said.