Nigerian girls - Nigerian women have impeccable reputation that precedes them. They are homely, family oriented, and responsive to the needs of their male partners. I know because I have a Nigerian wife.
The industriousness of Nigerian girls can be traced to the kind of upbringing they receive while growing up.
Mothers in Nigeria start out with training their daughters for the special role of a wife and mother early in their childhood days. Young female children
are trained to handle simple but important house chores like . . .
The Nigerian woman from her early days learn the importance of caring for family responsibilities. Young girls are trained to do the above, and in addition, care for other matters like . . .
Nigerian girls graduate from childhood to adulthood fully prepared for the responsibilities of womanhood.
Nigerian women have been known to support their husbands like real partners as far back in time as I can remember.
For example, in the old days before western civilization swept away much of Nigerian culture, Nigerian women were pioneer farmers in partnership with their husbands.
For example, Nigerian women among people of the Niger Delta region of Nigeria managed large farms while their husbands paid more attention to fishing and palm oil production.
Sometimes while the women headed for the farmland with babies behind their backs or loads on their heads, the men stayed back to drink local gin called Ogogoro or what some referred to as "Sapele water". (Other tribes tease Delta men with this).
The resilience and tenacity of the Nigerian woman is unmistakable. And all of that motherly sensibility, sensitivity, intuition, and doggedness they carefully pass on to their daughters, Nigerian girls, through years of training and nurturing.
Yes, times have changed. Civilization has made more Nigerian women income earners that sometimes earn more than their husbands. That has resulted in power tussle between some women and their husbands. For others, the challenge has been how to match office demands with the challenging role of motherhood.
Irrespective of civilization, the Nigerian woman still remains a treasure. Her resolute unrelenting pursuit of family happiness and cohesiveness ahead of everything else, even her career, makes her adorable beyond words.
Sure, there are Lagos girls and some women from different parts of Nigeria that have betrayed womanhood. But the vast majority make us proud and we love them for their commitment to family values and their noble character.
For men seeking to partner Nigerian girls, I say, "Go For it. But . . . choose right. Don't be in a hurry".
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