Recently, Nuli Juice Company, a go-to healthy food and drink destination, lost its store on Rumens Road, Ikoyi to a destruction exercise carried out by the Lagos State Government.
While the act was bad in itself, it was made even worse by the fact that the exercise was carried out without prior notice, according to Ada Osakwe, founder of the company.
Even Squatters have rights!!!! How do you show up at 8.30am with… https://t.co/uqCsCC7uOa
— Ada Osakwe (@Ada_Osakwe) September 1, 2016
Nigerians both on the streets and on social media condemned the Government for the exercise, especially as it happened at a time the country is in recession, which obviously isn’t just a word, with some supporting the company in anyway they could.
Uber Nigeria has also joined the bandwagon of supporters by partnering with the company to deliver its juices at the doorstep of Lagosians who have come to love the brand.
“We love celebrating cities and our #MadeinNigeria businesses! Following the recent loss of the Nuli Juice store in Ikoyi, we are happy to see the city has come together in its true spirit to show support. To make it as easy for the Nuli lovers to get their healthy fix, we’ve joined forces to deliver your order to your doorstep,” Uber Nigeria stated in a post.
Tomorrow (September 8, 2016) from 8:00 AM – 11:00 AM, lovers of Nuli Juice can request for a delicious Nuli combo (a fiesty Chicken wrap and a small juice for ₦2000) to be delivered at their location.
This is how to go about getting your Nuli Combo
- Open the Uber app on Thursday 8th September 2016, between 8am – 11am.
- Slide across to the UberNuli option, set your pickup location and place an order for a combo.
- Accurately set your location and request away! If successful, an UberNuli car will be at your doorstep in minutes.
- Each order costs N2000. You can pay through the app or cash to the driver.
That’s how easy it is. Let’s do this for Nuli!!!
For those not in the know, Nuli Juice Company’s fresh food and wholesome meal products are 100% locally sourced from Nigerian farmers.
The company aims to inspire a healthier and happier generation whilst creating job opportunities for local farmers.