Abuja nightclub where police arrested women for allegedly dancing naked demolished by FCDA authority

Caramelo, a notorious night club where ladies are alleged to dance naked at night during the club activities have been demolished.

The management of the Federal Capital Territory Administration, FCDA, on Monday, demolished the club.

This is in connection with the arrest of prostitutes in the club by the police last week.

The police alleged they were caught dancing naked inside the club.

The FCDA marked the building as an illegal structure before demolishing it, this newspaper learned.

An official of the club say the Development Control only served them quit notice last week Friday while they carried out the demolition three days after the notice was served.

The night club that was located in Utako District of Abuja has been a major subject of discussion followi g the arrest of women in the place for dancing naked in the club.

An action that generated lots of critiques from civil society organisation and human rights activists for targing the girls prostitutes, arresting and detaining them.

Some of the girls arrested claimed that they were rapped in police custody by officers.

An action the inspector general of police has since said the police authority will investigate and ensure officers found guilty are punished.

The demolition of the building is coming as a surprise to many.

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