The Nigerian man (along with his woman) likes to enjoy the good things of life.He’s got to have the flashiest car, the finest girl, the biggest house.He loves to enjoy himself …and invite others to enjoy it with him.
Recently, I was at a get together in Abuja for a group of African–Americans that had completed a project and were on their way back to the U. They were going on about how warm and hospitable the people were and the women among them (like true Americans!
) said they wouldn’t mind getting married to Nigerians and would like to be hooked up!
Even if he does that you can be sure he has finished work and is just kidding around, which brings me to the next characteristic…HE PLAYS HARD….what’s all that hard work for if you don’t get to spend the proceeds?
He LURVES to groove…whether its at the Club or the open air pepper soup joint at Obalende!
However, Nigerian dating scam (or romance scam), besides just asking for money for their studies, sick relatives, etc..
usually involves this scheme: the scammers upload fake attractive photos, in most cases of white people.On the downside, this has led many into a life of crime.Another characteristic of the Nigerian man is that HIS LOVE FOR WOMEN! ” and you accept him, after all, you are too young to die of hypertension!) but love him or hate him, he is who he is…and if the truth be told many of us Nigerian women wouldn’t have him any other way…save for a little tweaking here and there!Nigerian scam comes in many forms: 419 scam, when they offer to transfer millions of dollars into your bank account, or lottery scam, when they tell you that you've won something in some bogus lottery.After they establish some lovely correspondence with you, fall in love and maybe even send a couple of cheap presents, they will either: a) be almost on their way to meet you, but something will happen to them: they will get robbed, beaten, get into the hospital, or other misfortune will happen and of course you will be their only contact to ask for financial help, or: b) tell you that their employer pays them with Money Orders or checks, and they can't cash them in Nigeria.