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There are many African women scattered in most countries in the world. A considerable number of them are very attractive especially when it comes to the hot Nigerian girls. Nigeria is a diverse country which has several different cultures and different types of girls. The country largely interacts with the rest of the world and that is why many men all over the world may have already interacted with Nigerian ladies.
Nigerian girls are very desirable and that’s mostly because of their magnificent physique, charisma and exemplary behavior. If you are a man and you know a hot Nigerian girl, then you must be wondering how you can get her to date you. For most people, the little knowledge they have on African girls discourages them from making a move on the ladies.
To effectually date a particular group of girls, one must have a wide knowledge on the expectations and preferences of those girls in regards to their partners.
Dating hot Nigerian girls is simple, just like it is when it comes to other ladies in the world. Every lady hopes to meet that one Prince Charming, fall in love, get married and live ‘happily ever after’. Therefore men are assigned the task of proving to be the princes so as to win the girls’ hearts. Nigerian ladies hope to meet the men of their dreams too. All you have to do to date a Nigerian girl is prove to have the qualities she would want in the ‘man of her dreams’.
This task however, should not be blindly done. One has to effectively plan on the relevant strategies on how to approach the Nigerian girl. The first and most crucial planning aspect is to understand the particular qualities that Nigerian girls desire in men. The Nigerian culture is slightly different compared to Western cultures.
Cultural Differences When Dating Nigerian Women
For Nigerians, the man is usually considered as the head and most significant member in a family. He is supposed to be the protector of the family. In observance to this cultural aspect, the hot Nigerian girls look for men who fit this description. Unlike other girls who are attracted by money and a lavish lifestyle, Nigerian ladies are interested in men who seem to be strong, commanding and would be perfect husbands.
Another important aspect when it comes to dating Nigerian girls is responsibility. A Nigerian girl will only fall in live with a who has proven to be responsible enough. Unlike what most men may think, money and wealth is not a clear indication of responsibility.
A Nigerian lady wants a man who will protect her and has the ability to adequately provide for his future family. Additionally, he has to be good in solving different problems and be an excellent comforter during trying times.
It is also crucial to have a respectable and admirable attitude when approaching a Nigerian lady. Hot Nigerian girls are very good in accurately assessing a man’s attitude. If you approach such a girl without exuding confidence, chances are that she will reject you. Confidence should not necessarily be linked to one’s looks. Someone who is not very good looking has a chance of attracting Nigerian girls if he is very confident when approaching and talking to them.
The best time for a girl to assess man’s attitude is during the time he approaches her. The approach you use will help a girl in deciding whether you seem to be a good husband material or not. One should adequately adjust his attitude to suit that of a man who is interested in a girl for a long term relationship.
It is also important to always focus on keeping the conversations positive. Finally, it pays to occasionally flatter a Nigerian girl. One should however keep the flatters minimal and avoid overdoing them.
Therefore, it is easy to make a move on hot Nigerian girls. All one has to do to win their hearts is develop his personality to fit these expectations. Once you do so, you will be very pleased to find out how accomodative and loving they are.
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Delivering them from poverty
About 1700 teachers, healers and advocates for the poor, the victims of inequity and discrimination, assembled for the biggest UN event ever held in Australia.
what is an agent mom to a girl in Nigeria and how safe is it to date and marry her?
i was contact by a nigerian girl on yahoo personal that saw my profile a few days ago. she want to come to USA to be my wife how safe is this and why would someone who bearly knows me want to do this. she states she has been in nigeria for one year do to fathers death. she said arrangements throught agent mom what is that?
This is a scam to get your money, this is all over the internet and has been on every news show that I can think of. Do not have any further contact with this person, trust me!!!
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R KELLY THRILLS NIGERIANS
The Nigerian Media continues to thrive through various media houses. One of such is This Day News paper.
In the last few years they have continued to mesmerize Nigerians with their classic style of celebrating the annual This Day music festival, featuring Artists like Lionel Richie, Lemar and Diana Ross.
This year’s Festival was no exception. Sponsored by Arise Magazine and This Day News paper, the 2009 This Day Music Festival which featured Robert Sylvester Kelly, popularly known as -Kelly was such a phenomenon. The first leg kick started in South-Africa at the inaugural Arise Africa Fashion Awards before the two concerts in Sun City View in Johannesburg and Royal Grand Casino in Cape Town. The train later touched down in Nigeria. There was a command performance at the Federal Place Hotel on July 3 with the attendant concert at the Tafawa Balewa Square in Victoria Island Lagos on July 4.
The ladies couldn’t help screaming, as the guys whistled, howled, and hailed him, chorusing along his ever green songs. There is not an iota of doubt that R-Kelly charged the crowd at the Tafawa Balewa Square in Lagos on Saturday July 4 with his electrifying stage performance.
He is indeed a crowd puller; a show stopper and a great singer with a good stage craft worth emulating. He simply wowed the entire crowd with his magnificent performance.
Before now, the mere thought of having this great singer come to Nigeria or any other African country for that matter was like a tall dream. This was because it was rumoured that he had a flight phobia. Now how the organizers managed to pull this off remains a puzzle. At last, R. Kelly made it to Africa and even performed in two African countries, Nigeria and South-Africa, in five different concerts. Two shows in South-Africa and three in Nigeria
I’m happy to be in Africa. It is something I have longed for in a long time now. I am glad that I’m here but you guys made it happen”. Those were the words of R-Kelly when he addressed his fans in Lagos.
There is no denying the fact that he deserved all the warm reception and accolades that was showered on him it was actually a long and patient wait. So many accounts of events happened at the show. There wsa the account of a girl and a particular fine gentleman almost abandoned his girlfriend for her un-controllable emotions for R. Kelly. “Yes, I love you. I’ll follow you to America. I’ve missed you, I can’t wait to be with you” she yelled. The girl who was later identified as Linda continued her yearning in the presence of the guy who was initially condoning her but when he couldn’t bear it anymore; he had to walk out on her. She didn’t even seem a bit bothered until after the show when it dawned on her that he had abandoned her. Wondering how the saga ended? She was fortunate to have sighted him afar, she was later seen running after the guy and apologising all the way. So many other unaccounted details and experiences transpired during the show.
The concert at the TBS surely brought R-Kelly closer to his fans. He spent like an hour on stage and still couldn’t do justice performing the repertoire of great hits in his catalogue despite the fact that he didn’t perform the full tracks. He performed tracks like ‘I Wish, Gigolo, Happy People, Ignition, Fiesta, Your Body’s Calling, Bump n Grind, Step in the Name of Love, 12 Plays and many more. He later unbuttoned his shirt to unveil the monogrammed image of the late king of pop music, Michael Jackson, on a black inner T-shirt while he performed the Jackson’s famous ‘I Will Be There’ as a tribute to the legend who he confessed had inspired him tremendously. He capped it with a soulful rendition of ‘You Are Not Alone’ a song he co-wrote and produced with the late super star.
Despite the threatening rain on that fateful day, revelers still made their way to the TBS. They were trickling into the venue in their ones and twos till 11pm that evening.
Fully backed by a world class live band and back-up singers, the R& B king made the show quite a memorable one for all who were present. Some ladies shed tears when he made to leave the stage.
The story of R-Kelly is such an inspiring one. He might not have believed he would have been where he is today. He was raised by a single parent and growing up wasn’t easy.
Why are there so many Nigerian princesses?
There are 6 Nigerian girls at my school, all who say they’re technically considered princesses. One of them was saying that simply walking by a princess in Nigeria makes you a princess as well.
So what exactly are the qualifications to become a Nigerian princess? And if it’s so easy, isn’t every woman in Nigeria a princess?
Funny you should mention it, I received an email from one just the other day. Her uncle had left her fifty three gazillion pounds, and it’s mine, all mine!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Well, half of it, anyway.
Looks like my boat has finally come in.
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do Nigerian men love fat girls?
do nigerian men love fat girls case in phat girlz the men loved the girlz even though they where big like me so i was jw
I think the movie Phat Girlz was exaggerated, not saying that men don’t love big women but come on now, that handsome Nigerian man picking Monique over the smaller girl, that’s pretty hard to believe.
Nigerian Women-How to Attract and Keep Them
Hi dude, thanks for stopping by.My names are Anthony Ogunde and am about to tell you a secret no woman (dead or alive) would want you to know.
More than one hundred years ago, Sigmund Freud the father of modern day psychology said that there was a question that he does not have an answer to. The question was, “What do women want?”
With all due respect to Freud, I sincerely think he was asking the wrong question. The question that he needed to ask should have been “What do women respond to?”
Have you noticed that if you asked a woman “What is it that she want in a man?”, she would say something like “I want a Good guy, honest, caring, hard working and fun loving e.t.c
But you and I know that a lot of the most beautiful women in the world seem to be attracted to men who are complete opposite of the type of man they claim to want.
If like me, you are fond of the cable channel “E”!, you would have noticed that most of the top models of our time seem to be attracted to drug addicted, violent and crazy men, who necessarily do not treat them nicely.It is also shocking to know that most, if not all of the very attractive ladies ever interviewed in TV history has admitted to being attracted to “BAD BOYS”. Are you with me?
The truth is that there is a very big different between what a women claims to like and what they actually RESPOND to. Women are complicated and have a mixture of conflicting drives going on in their minds.
Women are not logical beings. I mean unlike men, a woman would responds to a situation emotionally first before analyzing it logically.
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Has Nigeria Fared Better in the Hands of the British colonial Government than Crop of its indigenous Rulers?
The Nigerian situation in the hands of our own leaders has shown that even our former colonial governments performed better. Our freedom fighters such as Nnamdi Azikiwe, Ahmadu Bello, Obafemi Awolowo, Ivan Ikoku, Herbert Macaulay, Mokwugo Okoye and Anthony Enahoro etc fought to win independence for us but only little did they realize that one day history would prove the British more capable. They mistakenly have asserted the opinion that the nation would fare better in the hands of its indigenous rulers but how disappointed they have become. Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe lived to witness the civil war, series of military coups, downturn economy, electoral malpractices and finally in his dying years, evidences that a section of the country may not allow the rest to have a share in the leadership of the nation.
For Dr. Obafemi Awolowo, the sage cried fowl after the 1979 presidential election in which he believed his party was out rigged. His experiences did not end there, it continued with inability of the military leaders that took power to restore normalcy in the socio-economic problems that confronted the nation, weighing it down completely. The worst had not been seen by the icon whose advice only captured the wrong ears. He lost the patience he never recovered and must have felt that power was wrestled from the British and given to the wrong hands. Herbert Macaulay never lived to see the eventual situation of the country he fought so hard to win independence for, but the father of nationalism must have at least noticed the ugly situation that awaited the nation from the lot of betrayals he experienced in the hands of his fellow freedom fighters.
In 1960, baby Nigeria was born with promises but her condition has remained worsened by her parents and senior family members who will do nothing worth it to make her citizens grow. Nearly fifty years afterwards, Nigeria is still a crawling baby with feeble legs incapable of making her stand. Nearly fifty years after her doubtful birth again, no one can ably guess her sex and every argument in this regard have yielded anything positive. Citizens are now like slaves and the youths without any future. The condition of the country can best be described as recyclable for the worst.
All the freedom fighters that fought one way or the other to win independence for the nation must be utterly disappointed in today’s Nigeria which has given birth to nearly 200 million people. Every road to Nigeria is leads to disappointment. Nigeria is walking along a dangerous path where even America has found so hard to predict since every national policy of the nation is meant to promote the interest of the privileged rulers. Surely, the nation needs to be rescued by its people irrespective of what its leaders think for it is usual to here them comment and blame faceless and non-existent enemies of the country for the woes. Blaming the outside world officials of the nation is like the second national anthem of Nigeria. The people are used to it anyway.
The British colonial government only chose a particular political system of government upon which the nation of Nigeria was founded but a more modern history of the nation since our leaders took over badly tells it all. Parliamentary system of government has had its way unsuccessfully; the military have come and gone with guns and other forms of ammunition, yet nothing changed for good and now democracy is fast failing the nation proving too expensive in the eye of the ordinary masses who gain nothing in return with astronomically improving corruption.
Although, academic books and indigenous propagandas have condemned the British colonial government to the extent that no achievement is often credited to it, the much taunted “ancient government” can be effectively compared to what the Nigerian leaders past and present have given the people, and has fared better by far. The British chose particular policies and implemented them to the later bearing in mind that perfection only exists in words and humans should be treated with dignity. The British in power were not perfect but made a lot more laudable achievements more than any indigenous government or all of them put together. Let us not deceive ourselves, laying foundations are much more tasking than raising and perfecting them. From what is seen of our own leaders with their own kind of governmental policies, the British scored high points in building the country.
Hospital such as National Orthopaedic hospital, Igbobi, Lagos and Messy Hopital, Lagos and more built by the British governments can still stand the test of time if proper funds are genuinely channeled into them because they are better and more purposefully built than what our leaders have given us inside local government compounds. But what can they offer us anyway?
A look at the institutions of learning established by the British colonial government shows that they were better political players with more concern for the Nigerian citizens than all other indigenous Nigerian governments put together. Even secondary schools built by them were spacious, with facilities put in place for learning conveniences plus good standard of education guaranteed, in the years that arrived with the Nigerian indigenous leaders followed poultries as schools. I learnt from them (the British) that a secondary school should have missions built inside them. We often hear of the “good old days”, Was Yaba College of Education, Lagos originally set out as a full-fledged University? No but when our leaders could not do more, it became a university over night.
Has the Nigerian government not destroyed St. Thomas’ Teachers’ Training College, Ibusa, Delta State one of the first higher institutions of learning in the whole of Nigeria and the pride of Nigeria? Certainly, the volunteer Corps who arrived from America and other parts of Europe in 1945 to instruct in the institution will be surprised to hear that the once higher education set up by one of their own in 1929 is now a Girls Secondary School. A certain American citizen and one of the volunteer corps that taught in the institution in the period stated once contacted me to inquire on what has become of the institution; I told him that the once glorious institution and citadel of learning he was enquiring about had become an all sex female institution and he fearfully screamed. These things happen only in Nigeria. I further told him.
Have you realized that our grand-fathers who schooled under the colonial government speak better and flawless English language than those with Ph.D Degrees hurriedly trained and graduated from poultries called schools built by our leaders? How many new generation of good writers has the country produced since independence besides Wole Soyinka, Chinua Achebe and a few others of the old generation? How many more good scientists besides Augustine Esogbue and Philip Emeagwali? Ask yourself. Has Nigeria progressed or regressed? Don’t be deceived with endless National Merit Awards and senior Advocates of Nigeria awards hurriedly conferred on themselves because if the nation is able to produce at least 5 true National Award winners, things will turn around in the country for good. Know it today that we have more honourary and traditional chiefs than the so-called National Merit award winners.
What is more surprising to the British than that 6 years after handing over to Nigerians the acclaimed original owners of the land, meaningless and baseless crisis erupted leading to an unnecessary civil war which claimed millions of lives. Should postulate that Nigerians like other Black leaders in Africa cannot rule themselves bring succor to their fellow Blacks? The Blackman loves violence more than anything else in seeking to achieve results which never come anyway.
Today the situation has become indescribably worst than any human being on earth can imagine. Everything is wrong with us as a nation. Our leaders have obviously demonstrated incompetence in ruling us. They lack the wherewithal to give us even joy; we live in a country where our lives are being wasted on a daily basis. The leaders of the nation easily forget that life is but once as they amass public monies available and selfishly move them to develop other countries while the common masses are left to die in a country where there are no standard hospitals with standard equipment. Little wonder why our leaders travel out for mere medical check-ups to India, China, and Indonesia etc while the poor are left to die at the corridors of ill-smelling hospitals in the country.
Nigeria is one of the few nations in the world where leaders emerge without elections, yet poor citizens are either made to stand all day in the sun or rain to fulfill the righteousness of the mighty politicians. The Ekiti scenario best describes how the government of the country has fared in organizing election. There public office holders who speak in this country and no one bothers to listen to them. Electoral chiefs are some of them.
No policies favour the generality of the citizens because it is a taboo to see the masses smile. Electoral reform story can be better imagined than expected. Acting according to the will of the people is also a taboo. Information Bill story is also has taken more time to deliberate before the National Assembly because it will do the masses good if passed. Motions to remove oil subsidies are more hastily considered because of the harm it will cause the people.
Oh Britain! Create another country for us. We are tired of living with our leaders in this country called. We are now ready to move out to found our own country like one of them recently advised us. After all, Nigeria is for only the wealthy not for people like us. What can our leaders do for us? Do a hungry people see? Why stop us from importing frozen chickens, “moi-moi”, apples, bread, “chin-chin” and “akara” from Republic of Benin when we cannot find them here. Remember that a hungry man will desperately look for what to eat no matter how far illegal it may be termed because he must survive.
When the bible said that the love of money is the root of all evils it definitely referred to Nigeria because it is a country that everyone wants money without hard work. What more is expected in a country where employments are hard to find. Everyone also live in darkness because it is impossible to provide constant supply of electricity in this modern age. It is a country where generator sets may outnumber the citizens in terms of population. At nights, the noise generated by these generator sets makes the environment appear like a large factory and everyone sick.
Who has fared better, the British Colonial government who first lit up the country or the nation’s indigenous leaders who many decades later cannot keep pace with what foreigners in started in our own country? I, for sure prefer the British colonial government because they gave us all we wanted especially food and I will vote for them in any credible election any day. The British colonial government, I doff my hat for you.
Glamour magazine reveals the top 10 college women
For 53 years, Glamour magazine has honored the most impressive female students in the Top 10 College Women Competition. This year’s winners include women who aspire to work for the World Health Organization and to produce documentaries that educate the public.
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