Nigerian dating culture
I can get with someone from Cameroon or Ivory Coast because they speak French but not a Nigerian or a Ghanaian.” I agreed with Alexi.Being a fluent English speaker who also communicated with her parents in her mother tongue, I tended to slip between languages without thinking about it.From sex to relationships to music to whatever I'm feeling at that given moment. On Saturdays you can find me talking with your favorite African celebrities, discussing juicy topics and playing the hottest tracks on My mother always said if you have nothing good to say, don't say anything at all.
It was for this reason that I began to look for like-minded guys who were also from my own culture, guys I could relate to. I know my family would be pleased if I brought home a Congolese man, but what if I do so to my own detriment? Love blinds common sense.” The idea of retiring in a country totally unfamiliar to me is quite daunting and something I know would take a lot of discussion with my future partner, if he happened to have a different country of origin. God has blessed and created the most beautiful, handsome, manly men in Africa. : Even if you don’t like to cook, try and cook a few meals a week. A Nigerian man wants to be able to know that you can properly feed him.