Power and privileges in a household were also based on age and gender, thereby allowing senior women to have a voice on many issues.
Because the private and public arenas were intertwined, a woman’s ability to control resources and people in a household was at the same time an exercise in public power. She could control her children and influence men through this power.
However, the image of a helpless, oppressed, and marginalized group has undermined their proper study, and little recognition has been granted to the various integral functions that Nigerian women have performed throughout history.
In the precolonial period, women played a major role in social and economic activities.
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Division of labour was along gender lines, and women controlled such occupations as food processing, mat weaving, pottery making, and cooking.
Moreover, land was communally owned, and women had access to it through their husbands or parents.