Wage labour and the politics of Nigeria and Kenya: a comparative study

@article{Nwanunobi1974WageLA,
  title={Wage labour and the politics of Nigeria and Kenya: a comparative study},
  author={C. O. Nwanunobi},
  journal={African Studies Review},
  year={1974},
  volume={17},
  pages={77-104}
}
Eskor Toyo's suggestion during his review of the 1966 crisis in Nigeria that the working class should not limit its politics to supporting others but should wage a struggle for power in its own right and on its own plank (1966, p. 34) raised anew the issue of the role of the working class in Nigeria's politics. The suggestion, as it stands, implies a criticism of the role the workers had played in politics and recommends a new line of action. The timing was perfect, for it would seem that, to… Expand
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