They have feelings, they have emotions and they recognize such terms as patience, commitment and compromise. Sure when you meet her, you want to take her to a fancy restaurant and all, but as I like to say “don’t start with what you can’t maintain”.Displaying a lot of wealth in an effort to attract her will definitely backfire – unless you know how to do it in the correct and proper way. Let the lady know that your intention is to find real love, and not someone who wants to use you for your money.Everything was going smoothly until the turbulence started.In my mind, I was handling the turbulence situation with class and finesse, but the young man (who later introduced himself as Rodney) stretched out his hands and said: “” His demeanor was so calm, I felt deeply embarrassed.Be creative Traditional dating involves night outs: full-blown dinners, cocktails at ‘tush’ bars, the movies, music/comedy shows or the tiny little extras like stopping on the way home for cold stone ice cream and chicken wings. Most of all, employ a measure of creativity when planning your outings. For instance, rather than going to eat at The back yard, get the same menu and spend an evening cooking something together. Go to Elegushi beach with a picnic basket and watch the sun set. Paying for dates or other things that may come up in the course of the relationship will not seem a big deal to her as it gives her a feeling of feeling of equality and balance. Show vulnerability sometimes; ask her to handle certain bills that you cannot afford to.
Now she works at Glam Africa as Online editor and Bella Naija as Features writer.
At this point I was already getting a little exasperated, so I decided to offer 4 practical tips on how to date a Nigerian girl without breaking the bank.
Be open and honest, make your intentions known Nigerian girls are not monsters who are only out to get your cash.
Nkem Ndem is a dynamic freelance writer and editor who can be reached for content creation(web, T.
V, radio), writing and editing (blog, magazine, text), screenwriting, ghost writing, copy proofreading and reviews.