I bet everyone wants to know what I believe a Non-African woman should know before dating an African men. Okay before I begin let me just say: Am I saying all African men are the same? Here’s a list of what you can expect so you are well prepared: 1) Henny, dark liquor, Stout, or Heinkein or other heavy beers are their drink of choice. Oyinbo/Akata: Have at least a case in your house, if your man drinks alcohol and comes to your place and sees you have some, he will be a happy man. No African man is always going to want to do take out or go to a restaurant all the time. 3) Meat and fish are your best friend: I don’t care, I have yet to meet an African man that doesn’t like meat or fish. However, our fine brothers have started looking into other ethnicities and are beginning to date interracially (putting their chocolate cookie in sugar cookies, raisin cookies, and Macadamia cookies) and it’s okay. There are lots of handsome men out there, in different continents and countries so I’m here to give advice on some things a Non African woman should have in the back of her head when dating an African man. A Nigerian man loves with his belly amongst other things. Oyinbo/Akata: Cook your favorite meals, make sure it’s good, Nigerian men are spoiled by the sweet taste of their mother’s cooking so you are going to have to put that work in the kitchen.They often offer to introduce me to their friend/brother/cousin.After I told my male coworkers that I was single, they spent the next two weeks telling me their plans to find me a Ghanaian husband.Im aware of his income that he shared with ive also shared mines with him.He states how much he loves me and how he is a very honest man. But for me, a westerner and an American, this sign of affection is a little too overbearing.
I decided to post this about a ghana man and our relationship.We were together for 1 year back in 2004 and we split.Since then we both moved on with other people and we found our way back to each other.A woman in love continually looks for verbal, written and behavioural evidence that she is loved, treasured and listened to. In the same way, a Ghanaian man will do all it takes to capture his woman. If she is not interested she will flee for her dear life.She loves hugging, non-sexual touching, conversation, compliments, spontaneity and social gathering. If she is interested, she still runs but just hard enough to be captured. A Ghanaian man on a hunt for a woman is therefore in a very exciting adventure.