For 48-year-old Chief Okeke, bringing 24-year-old Paulina to the United States to be his bride masks his failures and shortcomings because he can tell Paulina's parents that he is an Economics Professor when, in fact, he drives Yellow Cab with the Ph D degree in economics which he has carefully tucked away in a dresser.You cannot mask your true self in America because the women you are seen with know more about you than you care to know.
Mistake Three: YOU DID NOT CAST DOWN YOUR BUCKET WHERE YOU WEREMeanwhile, you have been wining, dining, and romancing American women who are well-educated, well-read, well-mannered, and reliable until the marriage bug hit you.
You decide to go home to marry Isuochi girl your family recommends.
Why are many Nigerian households broken up by divorces or end up with death of one spouse or both? You left Nigeria when you were in your early or middle thirties, had no real girlfriend, and indecisive about marriage.
This paper discusses 5 mistakes the Nigerian men seeking wives or are married make that are the proximal causes of the tragic end of their marriages. Now, at 45 years, you suddenly decide to marry, and you want a girl half your age.
They know you are from the "jungle", that you eat foo-foo, drink Heinekens, go to the Hole In the Wall night club, and have an accent they hardly can understand.
They like and respect you after you told them you were a prince from the royal family of King Inyang who owns oil wells.They have pride, they have class, they are unafraid to speak up whenever the occasion arises, and they are very educated. Provosts, and Department Chairs on many American and Canadian colleges and universities.Nigerian men have distinguished themselves in academia, they are well travelled , they are contributing members of communities as successful teachers, physicians, business owners, realtors, engineers and lawyers in the U S and many land. In fact, one US college once had a Nigerian college president American women who date our Nigerian men find them to be socially adaptable, generous and full of life.In short, he was oogly (superlative form of ugliness).The only good thing going for this man was that he was a very rich trader, moneyed, miserly, with a lot of incisive investments to his name.Nigerian men are well liked in foreign lands because they are thought to be the cream of the African crop.