The British called this public policy "pacification" but was more known as "hammering." Likewise, in British controlled Kenya, "Half of the able-bodied men of Kenya became laborers [for the British immigrants]." This was due to new taxes which the British imposed and the Kenyans were not able to pay the taxes unless they worked for the British. Still, collecting the taxes from the tribes turned out to be difficult for the British. The British combated this by taking the small boys of the tribes and sent them to schools to become the tax collectors of their own tribes. On the other hand, the occupation of Nigeria was different from all other British occupation. The reason why England colonized Nigeria was so the French couldn't, which resulted in the British rule being indirect. The government was never changed and the only thing that happened to the Nigerians was that some additional taxes were added.
Eventually, "political dissent" started to grow toward European colonization. For example, in the gold coast "workers refused to produce cocoa, demanding higher wages." People had protests and started to print articles in the media. The main turning point occurred when Ethiopia was taken over by