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Well this article is for the lovely ladies that are done checking out men from their own tribe and need a little heads up before they dabble with dating a different one.
So I’d save you the culture shock and growing pains that come with an inter-tribal relationship.
So for those “know-it-alls” that want to start advocating in the comment section about how everybody is an individual, not the same, blasé, blasé, blasé… This is because you guys pretty much have the same culture, meaning same school of thought, same understanding, same mannerisms and mostly likely very similar cultural upbringing.
But never the less, this is an article about the general behavior of men from popular tribes in Nigeria and their dating habits. Dating someone from the same tribe as you are would be very familiar.
If you are intellectual or skillful, you are in luck with the Igbos. This is because they are business people, they are generally attracted to hardworking business minded women. Steer clear of this tribe if you are one of those “I’m a strong independent or liberated” type women. They love to see their Queen happy because it gives them fulfillment.
In this culture, the only way to show your wealth is through your wife and children. Don’t get me wrong, you got to be a boss to roll with them, but then you gotta recognize your own boss, your man. Another downside of dating the Yoruba guy is that because they normally stay in the public sector for work, they retire and live on pension. They would treat you like a royal exotic princess that came from the far away land of Zamunda.
You would most likely find an Igbo man that gives his wife the bigger car to drive and his kids would always be in the best schools and have the best clothes. If you cool with the moderate living in your silver and golden years, that’s OK. They would love you almost to the point of worship.
Maybw, I don´t see something,that you feel its insulting.
Friendly, Anurika (I don't know if im spelling it correctly!! Im just looking out for my fellow non-nigerian sisters.
They make up for their insecurities by becoming successful businessmen.