For some, the idea of dating an African man conjures up a lot of myths and fears like the image of the over-controlling man.
There’s good and bad aspects to any person out there but here to make light of the topic and just offer up some of the good stuff about dating an African man.
Here is an excerpt from her article: What is it with Kenyan women and Nigerian men? He is not like the unromantic Kenyan men who don’t text you back or return your calls. Softening you up by leading you to believe that you have found the one. He throws money at you: No man in his right mind will throw money at a woman.
What is it with those short, stocky bearded West African mohines that make Kenyan women move planets for them? He calls you ‘baby’ all the time except when he calls you ‘my queen’. It is not humanly possible for a man to be 100 per cent romantic, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. But this Nigerian is the most generous man you have ever met in your life.
In a sense, the ones who make it here are the ones who are willing to make big sacrifices to gain a chance at prosperity. They have a more balanced perspective Even if you’re dating a Nigerian Prince (we’ve all come across those, haven’t we?
So if you’re dating someone from Africa, most likely he went through a lot to make it here and that’s a testament to his work ethic and his sense of commitment for paving a better future for himself and his family. ), he, like most other Africans, knows just how precious stability and comfort are.
Remember the golden rule - NEVER SEND MONEY TO ANYONE YOU MEET ONLINE.
After some time, "William" has to travel to Nigeria or Ghana for some reason e.g.Poverty and civil wars plague many countries in Africa, giving many a more balanced perspective on life than most Americans who are used to a certain, comfortable standard of living.