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Normally, that means they expect that you are willing to be a leader within the family and the breadwinner.You may believe that you want to find a beautiful African bride with traditional views, but different cultural practices can cause a lot of friction within a relationship.They might very well be different from you beliefs, so try to keep an open mind or at least be prepared even if your bride's religious beliefs are extremely important.One of the real advantages of Nigerian dating as opposed to other West African countries is that it is easy to book a flight and a hotel, because of the of the large number of American and European businessmen and oil field workers who regularly visit the nation.Religion is a major issue that causes enormous problems in Nigeria, because about slightly over half the country is Muslim, about 50.2% according to best estimates, and nearly all of the other half of the country are Christians, although there are still a small number of Nigerians who practice one of several pre-colonial native religions.The nearly even split between Christian and Muslims has led to serious violence, approaching the level of civil war in some areas, however it is difficult to know how much religion really comes into play when Nigerian girls are looking to date foreign men.
Unfortunately domestic violence and rape in Nigeria are all too common so Nigerian girls are usually looking for more stable, more loving and more productive lives with foreign men.
You'll find that the appearance and behavior of Nigerian women will depend on what part of the country they live in.
Women living in the North, for example, will be followers of the Islamic faith and it's rare to see a female Nigerian Muslim any further than a few feet from her husband.
This income gap is one of the reasons why so many Beautiful Nigerian girls go looking outside their own country for a mate.
Another reason Nigerian women want to date foreign men is because of their status in their own country.