AS more and more people arrive the sprawling Redemption Camp venue of the 64th annual convention of the church, countless traders are making bountiful sales and are smiling to the banks.
At every corner, there are traders who are busy selling wares ranging from food, to household items, electronic equipment, cooking utensils, clothes, and other commodities. Some of the traders are not registered while others were duly accredited and allocated space to sell their wares.
Those who are not accredited like hawkers of satchet water, pop corn and ground nuts and several others who are taking advantage of the huge presence of people, are increasingly on the watchout for security personnel who harass them and some time seize their wares.
One of the market women who sells bags of sachet water said she has sold over 40 bags of water within two days while most of the male folks that fry puff-puff also wish the Programme can be extended.
A good number of visitors to the camp for the convention, appealed to the church authorities to provide more toilet facilities for them.