WOMEN EMPOWERMENT IN NIGERIAN politics
WOMEN EMPOWERMENT IN NIGERIAN POLITICS
Abstract Labour unrest is a key obstacle to development in nigeria. This is due to the fact that no nation can develop without human resources, which comprise and play an important part in nation formation and development.
The Nigerian case has been so pervasive that labour unrest has spread to every situation in which the government makes major public policy decisions that appear to affect the labour union and generally the masses without due consultation of labour statements;
especially those that affect the social lives of their members and welfare packages of the entire masses, particularly those that affect the socio-economic and political aspects, on which Nigerian development is dependent.
In order to analyse and explore this problem, we employed the relative deprivation theory as a theoretical framework, as well as the documentary research method to collect and analyse data.
This study, Labour discontent and Underdevelopment in Nigeria: An Assessment from 2000 to 2013, is being conducted to evaluate various methods of reducing labour discontent.
This study is divided into five chapters, the first of which deals with the study's background, problem statement, objective, significance, hypotheses,
In Chapter 3, we discussed labour unrest and underdevelopment. The fourth chapter of this paper discussed measures for reducing labour unrest in Nigeria.
Finally, in chapter five, the focus turned to the summary, conclusion, suggestion, and bibliography. This work, on the other hand, is incredibly acute, engaging, and educational.