Bold, brash, infuriating, funny, crafty, big-hearted, double-dealing, sexy, crazy, loving…take your pick!
All these adjectives (and more) describe the quintessential Nigerian man.
This is my first post to this forum, and I am looking forward to meeting lots of people---both Nigerian and Non-Nigerian!
I have been dating an American-born Nigerian man for a few months now, and I care for him very much. I do know that we have a lot of problems communicating sometimes and I think it is because of cultural stuff.
” 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.
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.
As one uncle put it to me [I’m Congolese], “If you married a Nigerian, how would you cope if he wanted to retire in Nigeria? Could we really say that relationships would be easier if we were with someone of the same origin?
If you’re going to marry a foreigner, marry a white man.” These were the words that fell from my friend’s mother’s mouth when her daughter told her she was dating a Nigerian man because she was tired of Congolese men. ”, said my friend in response, defiantly challenging her mother, to my dismay (anybody knows better than to challenge an African mother! White people “White people don’t have much culture; it’s easy to adapt either way. Was it really for our own good to find our life partners within our own culture?
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We are trying to adjust to each other, but sometimes, I feel like he keeps things pertaining to his culture from me because of the stereotypes out there about Black women and what he says Black Americans feel about Nigerians.
In my case, I would love to know more about his culture, and I would appreciate it and value it as much as he does.