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A typical Nigerian woman knows how best to play herself out of difficult situations. She knows how best to swindle and control any man she desires. In the Nigerian home, men are regarded as the head but looking deeply you will see that the woman is the leader but only in the most coded of ways.
She’ll fall back and let the man feel like he’s the one in charge but really; Nigerian women are the leaders from behind.2.
A Nigerian woman compliments her look with nice Ankara or foreign attires with nice shoes and a fitting handbag.
She loves to adorn herself and if you are concerned about her happiness, get her some of those.7.
Hence, a typical Nigerian woman is an expert in preparing organic and healthy food.
From Ofe Nsala to Efo Riro, Edikangikong, Ila Asepo, Banga to Gbegiri.
For a lady to not know how to cook is a serious crime in Nigeria.
It is a popular sentiment that women don’t work hard as men do, but that may be because they get it right the first time.
As this may not be totally true, we can say that they simply want to know that a man can take care of himself and his family.
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