loyalty to poverty you mean.” And to the ladies: “When your boyfriend is jealous that you make more money than him, be sure that you [are] dating a child man, real ni**as appreciate hustler ladies.” In a nutshell, Mc Kenzie’s advice to men is to get their finances in order and work their way out of poverty.Not only will this help them take care of their family, but will also help keep their women.
Because I live in Canada, and not in a part that has a lot of Naija men, my friends have asked me over and over again why I think I’m going to marry a Nigerian.
Last what I love the most is whatever he says he’s going to do he does it. He does not say I love you often, but he greets me with a kiss every time I see him and he does show affection so I am ok with that.
However my issue is in the 11 months I have known him I have not been to his house, or met any of his family.
He’s told me that he’s wanted to invite me a couple of times and he would have his mom to cook, but he always changes his mind.
His family has impacted at least 50% of his reasons for me not meeting them or visiting his home. He is a citizen now, he obtained his citizenship in 2007 on his own not through marriage.
I have the same answer for them: I know, but I always imagined that I would. In my dreams I’d meet someone who had lived in Nigeria longer than I, perhaps even gone to highschool there, or done a college/university degree there.