Dating in the nigerian culture
What should an american woman know about dating a nigerian man, wouldn't he prefer to be with someone who is familar with his own culture? Initially he told me he already had his papers or green card, but recently he fessed up and told me it was all still up in the air(he is here legally sponsered by his employer). He has been asking me if I would want to visit or possible relocate there at some point in the future because his parents are getting old.
He tends to avoid other nigerians in general and says that women were he is from are alot of trouble if you bring them to a country like the U. Then he talks about being home sick and wanting to go back, if this is the case then why bother becoming a U. I'm really confused, he says he only came here to get his master's degree, but while in school he applied for asylum.
All these adjectives (and more) describe the quintessential Nigerian man.A lot has been said about him…some good, some not so good.There’s the belief that Nigerian mothers raise their daughters and spoil their sons…too true.I don’t know why maybe it’s they want to have that drink as their “special drink” because it’s one of the few drinks most women wouldn’t necessarily see as their drink of choice. When you cook, you must add chicken, goat, turkey, or fish in a man’s food, if not it’s not a complete meal.I’m serious Give him a plate of rice without meat or fish and see his face. M want to show how they are a man, they could show it through their fortunes, how they treats you, or by their religious and mental level. Nigerian men have big ego and for some enough pride to stretch from here to China.