THE TRANSFORMATION OF TIE AND DYE TEXTILE IN LAGOS

Nigeria has a good record of functional indigenous industries prior to the penetration of foreign exploration. In different parts of Nigeria, there were great indigenous industrialists who own and run the affairs of industries such as traditional soap making industry, blacksmithing, fishing industry, wood carving, traditional medicine, weaving/dying, wood/calabash carving, small scale farming, brewing/distilling industry, glass and bead, pottery, hide and skin among others. The Indigenous industries, which mainly depend on local resources, opened job opportunities for the populace and curb the burden of unemployment.

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