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My wife usually gives our child alcohol – Man tells court

The President of a Mapo Customary Court in Ibadan, Chief Ademola Odunade, on Tuesday dissolved the six -years marriage between one Femi James and his wife, Adewumi, over child abuse and adultery.

World Cup restrictions weigh heavy on ordinary Russians

Keen to prevent a repeat of ugly scenes from previous tournaments, authorities in Russia have imposed draconian measures during the World Cup, cracking down on everything from alcohol to kebabs.

Hoteliers: Increased excise duty rates on tobacco, alcohol will affect hospitality industry negatively

The Lagos Hoteliers Association on Tuesday appealed to the Federal Government to revisit the increment in excise duty rates on tobacco and alcoholic drinks.

NYSC denies report of Sharia in FCT orientation camp

The National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, has denied media report that it introduced Sharia practices in the administration of the FCT orientation camp.

Police: 82 die after drinking home-made alcohol

Police on Wednesday said 82 people died on Indonesia’s Java island after drinking home-made alcohol.

Coca-cola set to roll out first alcoholic drink

Coca-Cola is planning to produce an alcoholic drink for the first time in the company’s 125-year history – with an alcopop-style product in Japan.

Federal govt to raise tariffs on tobacco, alcoholic drinks – Udoma Udoma

The Federal Government will increase tariffs on tobacco and alcoholic drinks from January in a bid to raise revenue for its N8.6 trillion 2018 budget.

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