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Explain six problems that were encountered by Trade Unions during the colonial period.

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  1. Fear of victimization was rampant in the pioneer years
  2. Another problem was the migrant nature of the African workforce threat characterized the early years of a colonialism.
  3. Poor leadership also affected the running of the pioneer unions. This was due to lack of trained personnel with knowledge of trade unionism.
  4. Many unions experienced shortages of funds as they usually relied on the meager contributions from workers.
  5. Choice of leaders was sometimes influenced by ethnic considerations rather than competence.
  6. There was constant wrangling among the leaders of trade unions.
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