Beyonce Donates £8,000 To Nigerian-owned Restaurant In London

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Popular American Singer, Beyoncé Knowles-Carter, has selected a popular Nigerian-owned restaurant in North London, as one of ten winners to receive a grant.

According to ITV news, the Black Parade Small Business Impact Luncheon was created by Beyoncé’s BeyGood Foundation to “celebrate people, communities, and small businesses impacted by economic inequities worldwide”, with Beyoncé committing £806,400 to support businesses.

The restaurant, Chuku’s, which is located in Tottenham was selected to receive £8,000 by Beyoncé’s foundation.

Expressing his happiness, co-founder of Chuku’s, Emeka Frederick said, “This grant couldn’t be more welcome. Chuku’s, like other restaurants that don’t have a financial reserve, has been battered by lockdowns and the cost of living crisis.

“Every day, we’re fighting to stay open to make it to our fourth birthday. This money will make that fight a little easier and allow us to continue celebrating Nigerian culture on Tottenham’s High Road for the time being.”

The luncheon was held at the Four Seasons in Tower Hill with over 100 entrepreneurs competing for the chance to win £806,000 in prizes.

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