Dating for nigerian
He LURVES to groove…whether its at the Club or the open air pepper soup joint at Obalende!He loves to enjoy himself …and invite others to enjoy it with him.Thank you all for the invaluable friendships I have made Stupefyingbeauty Thank you Meet Nigerians Team. I am using this as a medium as my testimonial and let you know that I met "Cloisterman" on here and its been wonderful. Stupefyingbeauty MN connects you with new people, Nigeria friends, Nigerian men & Nigerian women in Nigeria, United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Europe and from all over the world whether you are looking for dates, friends or just to network.MN is a fun place to interact and socialise with people and could be that place you will meet that as has been the case in many instances Everyone is welcome to join as long as your are 18 or over and interested in meeting new people for genuine relationship.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!” Nigerian men are as different as they come but there are some characteristics that stand out, are constant and trail him wherever he goes. or watch-peddling in the Traffic, he works hard for his money.I am IN charge but he is THE charge, we understand that.16. The way he gets embarrased and says "I beg oh" when you compliment him.21. The very satisfied look on his face after eating one of your meals and the way he glares at you while picking his teeth with the tooth pick,and you both know that you are his next "meal". He appreciates the art of yanshrolling when he sees one! Keeps yo from doing wahala by buying a stickshift vehicle he knows U can't drive! He saves you money on groceries a la "limited diet".
Recently, I was at a get together in Abuja for a group of African–Americans that had completed a project and were on their way back to the U. They were going on about how warm and hospitable the people were and the women among them (like true Americans!As they were giving it one by one amidst much laughter, one of them dropped the bombshell that she couldn’t cook. Overall, the Nigerian man may have his flaws (who doesn’t?) but love him or hate him, he is who he is…and if the truth be told many of us Nigerian women wouldn’t have him any other way…save for a little tweaking here and there!HE IS HARDWORKING…Compared to his counterparts in Diaspora, the Nigerian man is a natural hustler. Not for him the queuing at the Giro office or sitting on the sidewalk, swigging from a bottle of booze, hollering at sistas.Even if he does that you can be sure he has finished work and is just kidding around, which brings me to the next characteristic…HE PLAYS HARD….what’s all that hard work for if you don’t get to spend the proceeds?