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Kaduna textile workers

Keith Hinchliffe

Kaduna textile workers

characteristics of an African industrial labour force.

by Keith Hinchliffe

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Published by School of Development Studies, University of East Anglia in Norwich .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesDevelopment studies reprints -- 27.
The Physical Object
Pagination(13)p. :
Number of Pages13
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Open LibraryOL13763814M

The Kaduna State Governor-elect, Nasir El-Rufai, has assured that the incoming All Progressives Congress (APC) government is determined to revive all the collapsed textile factories in the state and other parts of the country as soon as it takes over power on Textile Companies in Kaduna, Nigeria. List of Best Textile Companies in Kaduna, Nigeria, Top Textile Companies in Kaduna, Nigeria, Textile Companies Near Me, Best Textile Companies.

The Kaduna Textile Limited, established in , operated a large integrated textile mill, producing various kinds of garments. The company, currently in a state of comatose, started operation in November , spinning the country’s cotton and later in January , went into full production of . A senator says the industry had witnessed a massive decline in the last two decades with many textile companies such as Kaduna Textile, Kano Textile and Aba Textile among others closing shops and.

  The New Nigeria Development Company, NNDC, says it will invest $15 million through a partnership with a Turkish firm to reactivate the collapsed Kaduna Textile company.   Where factories closed, workers were owed terminal benefits in some cases for up to five years. As at the time of writing of this paper, former workers of Kaduna Textile Mills Ltd (KTL) who at time of closure in numbe are still being owed terminal benefits (AIT News ) Workers Rights In The Textile Industry.


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Bangura, ‘Industrial Crisis and the Lessons from Kaduna Textile Limited and the Workers’ Demonstraton of January ’, Paper at the Conference on Planning Transitions, Nigerian Political Science Associaton, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, 17–22 May ().Cited by: 3.

The Kaduna Textile Industry and the Decline of Textile Manufacturing in Northern Nigeria, – Article (PDF Available) in Textile History 44(2) November with 4, Reads. Once Vibrant Kaduna Textile Industries, Now Den Of Criminals In the good olden days, the textile industries in Kaduna State accounted for the lion share of Author: ISAIAH BENJAMIN.

The Pains, Kaduna textile workers book of Kaduna Textile Workers News» Lifestyle Nigeria. Image: Kaduna textiles John Shiklam writes on the pains and sorrows of textile workers in Kaduna, Kaduna State, who have been out of job for about 10 years without being paid their entitlements and gratuities following the closure of the textile industries.

Its houses are sand castles that the schoolchildren build. Sometimes, the rains so heavily the houses are washed away. The history of this city is rainy.

Since the Brits founded init has rolled over the decades in rains. The railways came. The textile company arrived.

Cinemas and theaters opened for the new workers who just arrived the city. The National Union of Textile Garment and Tailoring Workers of Nigeria (NUTGTWN) has described late Mallam Ismaila Isa Funtua as an iconic friend of the textile industry.

This was contained in. Workers of collapsed textiles factories in Kaduna state, north west Nigeria have called on the 19 state governments in the region to revive the mills which were closed down since The workers.

Arewa Textile Limited, one of the biggest players in the industry closed down in with about 3, workers out of employment. “The total entitlement amount to N, The union is committed to getting justice for these workers the road to decent work is long but we are determined.

THE surviving workers of the comatose textiles factories In Kaduna have gone through untold hardship. Many have even died, but Nigerians are. However, Kaduna Textile Mill, the first modern textile mill, was started in to process cotton produced in the northern region.

Bythe textile industry had grown to become the largest. By Alex Uangbaoje, Kaduna Unpaid Textile Workers in Kaduna under the aegis of Coalition of Closed Unpaid Textile Workers Association, Kaduna Chapter, Association of Retired Textile Workers and Widows of Textile Workers Association, on Saturday went spiritual over their neglected entitlements, terminal benefits and gratuity by the owners of the companies.

The survival of the few pioneer textile mills, namely United Nigerian Textile Company, Kaduna and Ikorodu, Lagos (which used to emp workers) and Funtua textile.

The Kaduna Textile Industry and the Decline of Textile Manufacturing in Northern Nigeria, – Textile History: Vol. 44, No. 2, pp. The survival of the few pioneers textile mills namely United Nigerian Textile Company, Kaduna and Ikorodu Lagos (which used to emp workers) and Funtua Textile Mill which currently.

Textile manufacturing. Textile industry in Nigeria is ranked to be the first in the manufacturing industry. Speaking about the regions, textile manufacturing is mainly developed in the Northern, Tropical Africa and South Africa, so in comparison with other African countries, Nigeria occupies the third place, after Egypt and South African countries.

Kaduna. Over 8, unpaid textile workers in Kaduna have appealed to President Muhammadu Buhari to immediately approve the agreement with Sur International Textiles. They also called for the release of federal government’s counterpart fund for the company to commence production of military and paramilitary uniforms at KTL in Kaduna.

Hundreds of workers of the closed textile factories in Kaduna and widows had last Thursday barricaded the busy Textile Road in the heart of Kaduna City for an hour in protest of the non-payment of.

3 - Textile, Garments & Tailoring Senior Staff Association Of Nigeria - Kaduna 17A, Nasarawa Expressway, Near Ideal Flour Mill, P. BoxKawo. Kaduna. Kaduna. Trade, Associations. "The Kaduna Textile Industry and the Decline of Textile Manufacturing in Northern Nigeria, " Textile History, 44(2): Innorthern Nigerian government officials, working together with the British textile firm, David Whitehead & Sons, successfully began arrangements to build the first large textile manufacturing mill in.

Labour leaders in Kaduna State yesterday embarked on a protest against the non-payment of Kaduna Textiles Limited (KTL) and Arewa Textiles workers. The Coalition of Closed Unpaid Textile Workers in Kaduna said that about 2, workers of Kaduna Textile Ltd (KTL), Arewa Textiles Plc, United Nigerian Textile Plc, Supertex, Nortex Nigerian Ltd and Finetex Nigerian Ltd have so far died while waiting for the .Kaduna, the headquarters of the National Union of Textile, Garment and Tailoring Workers hosted members of the union from different parts of the country for three days during the just concluded.

The aggrieved workers of Kaduna Textiles limited, Arewa Textiles Plc, Nortex and Finetex limited all based in Kaduna embarked on street protest today demanding President Goodluck Jonathan and Vice President Namadi Sambo to save them from dying of starvation or face boycott of the election should they fail to resolve their problem as soon as possible.