Yusuf Serunkuma

The Invention of African Poverty

It should be understood as colonial to insist that the peasants in the African countryside were poor and thus needed to live their lands and go to labour in industrial parks for their food and sustenance

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The Invention of African Poverty

It should be understood as colonial to insist that the peasants in the African countryside were poor and thus needed to live their lands and go to labour in industrial parks for their food and sustenance

Read More

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