The General Overseer, Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), has dedicated the church’s 14-storey building; ‘Trinity Towers’ built by the City of David, a Parish of the RCCG.

The edifice, built at a cost of over N12 billion, has unique features such as a 4,500 capacity auditorium, a multi-storey car park, which can take in 673 cars, rooftop terrace, helipad, automated and integrated lighting, workable sound and video system.

It also offers short and long-term leases for commercial space including a gymnasium and wellness center, a classic restaurant, quality medical centre, recreation zone and others.

Dedicating the project, of the Pastor Adeboye, expressed gratitude to God for making the project a reality, adding it is among many charitable projects built to consolidate on the work of God.

He charged Christians to be resolute in their service to God.

In his sermon taken from Isaiah 56 verse 6 to 7, he enjoined Christians to remain resolute in the work of Christ especially, in trying period across the nation and beyond.

Nigeria’s Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osibanjo, stated that the project, which is among many other projects of the church, which cut across the country, will help to spread the gospel of God, as well as generate income for charitable projects.

He reiterated that as a partner and stakeholder in the RCCG projects, his arms of support are open to projects that will benefit God’s children.

Also speaking, Lagos State governor, BabaJide Sanwo-Olu, assured that the government is open to religious projects that will give the state a positive facelift.

“Before now, the road housing the edifice in Oniru was in a dilapidated condition, but since coming on board, we have prioritised all road infrastructures in the state, and here in Oniru is one out of many we have accomplished,” he said.