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    Reasons Why You Should Not Get Married To A Nigerian Man

    It is no doubt that Nigerian men make wonderful lovers; they are
    sweet, kind, thoughtful, maybe not very romantic but romantic still
    and good in bed too. It is also no doubt that these men are very rare
    to come by in Nigeria. Maybe by default or societal conditioning, most
    Nigerian men are so not it; they are egoistic, chauvinistic and make
    terrible husband materials. You wonder why I think Nigerian men; at
    least most of them, won't make good husbands, read the reasons listed
    below:

    -They Are Chauvinists: pardon the strong word "chauvinists" but
    Nigerian men prefer to stick to their bias opinion about women and
    their responsibilities in the home. They take the "head" duty way too
    serious and often push the women aside expecting them to follow their
    will and do as they say. If you marry a Nigerian man, you will
    probably end up as the less important voice in the home rather than as
    the partner you are to him.

    – They Are Polygamous In Nature: In Nigeria, some men believe men are
    entitled to as many women as they can handle and so, they are free to
    marry more than one wife or have affairs with other women. With a
    Nigerian man, it is never certain that you will be the only woman in
    his life. To save yourself the heartbreak of discovering condoms and
    hotel receipts in his pocket or worse, finding out he has secret
    children, pleasRomantic marry a Nigerian man They Are Not Romantic: you want flowers, a guy to follow you to the
    salon, exotic lunches, dinners, vacations, chocolates and breakfast in
    bed? Then, a Nigerian man is not the man you should marry. They often
    consider these things as cheesy and unnecessary. Maybe they will try
    on your birthday and Valentine's Day (that's if they don't come up
    with excuses to forget). The most romantic thing some Nigerian men
    will ever get for you is packs of food from an eatery or drinks and
    few back/foot rubs just right before sex.

    – You Will Be A Nanny To A Grown Man: if God blesses you with a
    Nigerian man and a somehow scattered one, you are in soup. You've just
    graduated to being a nanny to a full grown man. You will pick his
    socks, shirts and what not after him when he gets back from work, even
    flush the toilet when he's done. Be ready to face a sulking man if the
    food is not ready on time or you try to get him to do something for
    you when his favourite game or TV show is on. You will have to pet and
    stroke his ego almost all the time to make him happy.

    – They Have The Wife Beating Syndrome: either by societal conditioning
    or home training, some Nigerian men believe it is very normal to hit a
    woman; that is the only way to put them back on track when they are
    wrong. It is no secret that some Nigerian men will beat their wives
    and feel no regret about it; it is somehow the woman's fault the man
    is so angry to the extent he has to hit her. If you're not ready to
    lose your fine skin to the itchy palms of a man, please steer clear of
    Nigerian men.

    They are also good liars. They smoke and drink heavily and blame it on
    the society's deteriorating condition; they have to "keep body and
    soul together". Many Nigerian men have money problem; it is either
    they are misers or heavy spenders. Some prefer to show off the wealth
    they do not possess by living way beyond their standards. And the most
    annoying part is that many Nigerian men are Mr nice guy in public and
    Mr stingy in their homes which you will agree is not a very attractive
    trait especially in someone you want to spend the rest of your life
    with.

    I know by now, some guys are already hissing and cursing me probably
    but it is undeniable that many Nigerian guys have terrible attitudes
    that make them really undesirable husband materials. I mean, it is
    tough enough we have to cope with the many issues in the country, men
    problems should not be added to our weighty wahala. We deserve men who
    understand us (at least to a reasonable extent), shower us with the
    affection we need, pamper us and make us feel very special and loved
    but how many Nigerian men can beat their chests that they can be the
    man of our dreams or at least, part of the dreams?!!



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    Bigi Benson,
    CEO of AYOOGHANA.COM
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