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Chloe’s Cupcake Heaven Clears Wuse II Store Because of Scheduled Demolition – Still Open for Orders



Chloes Cupcake Heaven Clears Out_updateAfter less than 24 hours notice, the FCT government started breaking down stores along Banex Express in Wuse II, Abuja yesterday – click here to see photos and video.

One of the affected businesses, Chloe’s Cupcake Heaven had been in the store for five years, got a notice two days ago, and after staging a peaceful protest, decided to cut losses and clear out before the demolition.

In everything give thanks! I thank God that we’ve been able to cart away everything in our store. At least we won’t be losing valuables in this madness! I’m soooo grateful to you all for the love. Both friends and people I’m just meeting for the first time today have been my support through this and I am indebted to you all. ❤️❤️❤️

They are open in Apo, for orders or pick up via another small business, Grills In and Out.

Source: | @chloescupcakeheaven



    September 7, 2016 at 12:35 pm

    OMG, Chloes cup cake Heaven have the best cakes in Abuja.?

  2. Sherlie Holmes

    September 7, 2016 at 3:21 pm

    What a wasteful and disgraceful government. How does demolition even make sense? Why can’t they repossess the building until reimbursed for whatever fees?

  3. Prince

    September 7, 2016 at 3:23 pm

    God in His infinite mercy will sure see you through.

  4. Amaka Mak Nisy

    September 7, 2016 at 3:45 pm

    It’s just so sad. How do you give a business that has been in existence for 5 years 24hrs to move out. You forget other things like there are employees and families that rely on the business, the logistics of moving, the emotional attachment and the human factor. It’s just wrong on all fronts.
    Muna my darling, sorry okay. You built your business from your home kitchen and have grown it to this stage so I know this set back is just a set up for bigger and better things ahead. Keep your head and Sprits up. God got you??

  5. mummy bobo

    September 7, 2016 at 7:06 pm

    I really love ur courage. God has seen u thru already and u will live to testify of it, am a businesswoman and I know how it is mostly in dis recession period. Apu ndiara chineke ga kpoha oku.

  6. Uberhaute looks

    September 8, 2016 at 1:31 am

    At least they have the grace to move their valuables unlike Nuli juice and countless other defenceless Nigerians, who pay their tax but are not provided with any form of security in this Jungle we call Nigeria

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