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A friend of mine, an European who travelled to Nigeria told me of her cultural shock when she visited a Nigerian family. He will always like not to be distracted when watching a football match so please don’t bother him when an important game is on, else you see his other side.
The wife brought the food to the husband, gave water to wash his hands after eating, and when the husband finished eating, he just stood up leaving the dishes behind for the wife, who afterwards came back thanking him for eating the food and gave him a chiiled cup of beer to top it up. “Men don’t cry” while a psychologist will say it’s a shame that men are taught this, the reality is that in Nigeria, men are expected not to always let out their feelings else he may be regarded as a weakling.
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Chances are, you’ve already made an assumption about the nature of this post. This is not a post telling you to date an African man over an African-American man. It is about giving our motherland brothers a chance.
In Nigeria, husband and wife work together as a team, each playing different roles in the family.