And so it boils down to a comparison between Nigerian men and South African men. It turns out that the former is dubbed “Kings of Africa” when it comes to women. According to a pretty South African lady, Nnwektu, Nigerian men are the greatest ever for the following reasons:
When it comes to women, Nigerian men are The Kings Of Africa
Apparently, Nnwektu feels strongly about Nigerian men because according to her, “despite the hatred and distrust by many South Africans on Nigerians living in South Africa, Nigerian men are greatest men she has ever had a relationship with.
Nnwektu said she “would love to get married to one if she can find one.”
“I’ve been scared of what people will say. But funny enough, I love them and would like to marry one,” she said.
Nigerians men are better than South African men
“I have seen a case where you give a South African girls money that is not that much but she’s like so surprised and so happy. Nigerian guys ball out and spend so much money on us, and take us shopping…I mean they like us,” she tweeted.
She berated South African men for the scare tactics of lying about narcotics against Nigerians adding that “we [South African] ladies discovered it’s a blanket lie. Nigerian men know how to treat women; spending money on them instead of writing poems.”
Nigerian Men ain’t got time for poems they give you cash, Love and a Good Time
Nnwektu pointed out that “South Africa has one of the world’s highest rates of rape and murder of women. More than 40,000 cases of rape are reported every year, figures which are thought to only represent a fraction of actual attacks.”
“I am so obsessed with naija guys but I don’t know why. I really don’t like guys from my country South Africa or Botswana.” she tweeted. “More women are murdered, wounded, battered by South African men than in any other country. This means if you are in a relationship with a South African man, you are more likely to be abused or killed. I won’t mind moving to Nigeria or bringing a Nigerian man down to SA, I will take go care of you.. I love Nigerian men… Pls, retweet so my Nigerian king can find Me.”
Well, you’ve it heard from the lips of a South African lady who’ve seen and experience it all.