It will take going back in time; contrary to what the corruptive view of the plethora of feminist writers will want you to believe, to search for the ingredients your great grand mother up until your mother used to capture these aparo (a specialist bird) of a Nigerian men are made of.so i met this wonderful nigerian guy, he is intellegent, sweet and we connect like crazy.
” It is so bad that some even go the extent of importing men- that one na anoda tory for anoda day my sisters.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...NOTE: This article is not about catching Nigerian men, or imprisoning them for that matter; if that is your intention- move on.Beautiful, unhooked and unattached Nigerian women abound around the globe and great a number of them are feverishly seeking life partners; in this day and age of feminist uprising as well as economic hardship, it is not hard to see why many Nigerian young men are either postponing their marriageable age or altogether abandoning the enterprise.I'm of Cameroonian background and I have dated other girls. I tent to be jealous, but that's just me not because I grew up in the African culture. You are simply an African American and he's well and African in America But anyway as far as I understand You are concerned about Cultural/Background differences. While your just dating and clearly having a lot of fun the differences are bound to be minimal if any at all. The relationship like any other where different cultures are concerned may need to take on a different perspective.