Nigeria’s spent N599.11 billion on alcohol consumption between January and June 2022
By Guardian Exclusive
08 September 2022 | 7:34 am
Nigerians have spent over N599.11 billion on beer between January and June 2022 despite the downturn in the economy. Beer producers like Nigerian Breweries, Guinness, and International Breweries reported Nigeria's spent N599.11 billion on alcohol consumption between January and June 2022 huge growth in their revenues in the months under review.
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