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Nigerian girls are just like every other girl in the world, with those same yearning and desire to be loved and cared for, they have those same loose grip on situations and everyday happenstance, not being very serious about life and hoping a handsome man would pop out of the sky and swoop them off their feet into insurmountable riches, and with of course the accompanying "lived happily ever after."

Here are facts about Nigerian girls, a little tip on what it takes to marry a girl from Nigeria. Are you eying that black girl working in the same office with you, are you thinking of dating and even getting married to a pretty Nigerian babe? Do you know what it takes? Have you even said a word to her?

Dating a Nigerian girl is as simple as dating every other girl in the world, it involves the same approach and meticulous strategies, you need the same confident approach that is necessary to picking girls.

People in Nigeria believe that the man is the head of the family and we see the woman as a helper to the man, every Nigerian girl is looking for a responsible man, a man that is able to make decisions in dire situations. Girls in Nigeria want to date and marry a tough man, not some wimp who thinks he could buy women with money. Well, they may help you spend your money and get you ditched.

1. PROVE YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE.

This is one truth about chasing and winning girls over, no matter how pretty they look, you need to give then the impression that you have something to offer, that you are confident. Not really money or material things, the fact that you know what you are doing could give you more girls than splashing money around.

If you really want to date pretty hot girls from Nigeria, you need to take responsibility or what else do you think a man does? real men pick the bills and protect their women, another word for it is being her super hero, women are always looking for the kind of guy that can handle any situation and tell them it will be all right.

2. BORROW THE RIGHT ATTITUDE AND KEEP IT.

There is a kind of attitude that gets you women before you even ask, it's the tough and confidence-filled kind of attitude when you walk up to a girl in Nigeria and forget what to say; you just killed your manly ego, OK, this happens occasionally but your ability to keep trying to stand up to women and say the right things is what makes you a real man.

Attitude matters a great deal in relationship, and women read you more than they hear you, you can pass off as a confident guy or another wimp just from the way you behave and react to matters. What do you do when she is scared, What do you do when she is crying? Cry along or hold her hands like a man and tell her all will be well?

There are so many things women in our lives take cognizance of that we are not aware of.

What do you do when she is doing something wrong? do you stand and watch simply because you think she would go away if you scold her? A man does what is right because the woman will always blame the man when anything goes wrong irrespective of who caused it, the woman hopes you would be there to guide her steps, or what else do you think is taking responsibility.

COMMUNICATING EFFECTIVELY.

Effective communication is very vital in any relationship and people from Nigeria speaks English so that is the first tip. My idea of effective communication is the talking confidently like a real man, guys are more synonymous with giving compliments like women depend on it but it is obvious that lots of compliment and lip service would pass you off a mare pleaser and that is not a good kind of personality.

If you want to date women from Nigeria, you need to know that women listen to what you say as much as they read your body languages and attitude. what do you say when you meet a girl for the first time? "hey, pretty can I have your number?" or "hey, are you one of those girls that come here just to steal away handsome guys?" the former speaker seem more like a beggar or a wus while the last speaker seem more confident and not in a hurry.

The way you talk matters a lot to women and it influences the way they read and view you. Lets talk about how to marry a Nigerian girl, marriages in Nigeria takes three to four simple steps, first is the introduction, then the traditional marriage and finally is the church marriage, court marriage is of little importance in Nigeria

The Introduction is just like the name goes, "Introduction" The man introduces himself to the family of the girl and makes his intentions known, often in the company of his family, uncles and elderly relatives, the group is often less than twenty persons.

The introduction part in Nigerian marriages is often done by the two fathers, the father of the guys introduces his son and talks about how he has found a wife and have come to take her at all cost, the father of the girl invites his daughter into the sitting room to inquire if she knows and accepts the guys, and if she give them a "yes" they

would be given the go-ahead to mingle together and plan ahead for other marital events.

After the introduction is the traditional marriage where the general public is invited, also the traditional marriage in Nigeria is just like the name goes, it is marriage in a traditional way, it is often spiced up with different programs like the couple feeding each others, dancing by the couple

Then lots of traditional music and acrobatic display by the "ogene boys," The use of masquerade and other ferocious practices is further been washed away.

The last and final step to marrying a Nigerian girl is the church wedding. Usually invitation cards are printed and given out to all friends and families, folks, business associates and anybody that is in good terms with you should get an invitation, and it is always open to the general public.

The church wedding is wedding in the present of God. unlike the traditional wedding it follow some sort of spiritual guideline, then prayer for the couples, signing of register and then the party part which is the part to watch out for.


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