Nigerian men are just like every other men in the world and there is just no specific line or game or attitude that tends to get us excited or pleased.
just be the original you, learn to love your man and help in every way you can... My 2 cents I am going to answer your question by putting myself in your man's position...
Chances are, you’ve already made an assumption about the nature of this post. This is not a post telling you to date an African man over an African-American man. It is about giving our motherland brothers a chance.
For some, the idea of dating an African man conjures up a lot of myths and fears like the image of the over-controlling man.
How many a little girl have had to wash dishes and when asked if Junior can join her, have been told “No! ” How many a heart has been broken by those brown, twinkly eyes and wicked, dimpled grin?
The countless “I’m sorry, I’ll never do it again” to the “It wasn’t my fault, she tricked me…into getting her pregnant!
I love interracial marriage for so many reasons, and the world need more interracial marriages for peace and unity.
But then, there are certain factors you must consider before getting yourself involved in an interracial marriage to avoid marital failure and crises.
Dale's Question in the same category.i have been having a long distance romance with a Nigerian man, we laugh together, we tell each other we love and care about each other,we skype each other also,but he does something that i do not like which i will keep private.
From the time he comes screaming from her into the world and all rejoice that “it’s a boy!
” he is doted and waited on hand and foot by the female folk in the family…whether mothers, sisters, aunties and their girlfriends/wives are expected to pick up from there.
There’s good and bad aspects to any person out there but here to make light of the topic and just offer up some of the good stuff about dating an African man.
Of course, you understand by now that this is a very subjective, yet fun, list.