8 Tips To Make A Nigerian Girl Fall In Love With You

Let us face it. Every time you think you have won the heart of a Nigerian girl, that is the very same time that the same Nigerian girl will disappoint you or at the very worst tell you to your face that she is not interested in you.

Many guys have spent fat too many sleepless nights wondering what mistakes they made when they approach the girls they at the very least profess to have an interest in.

Well, you can put your heart to rest because we shall be looking at ways, methods and means through which you can make a Nigerian girl to fall in love with you!

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8 Tips To Make A Nigerian Girl Fall In Love With You
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The issue that you really have to consider is: What are your intents for this lady? This is the fundamental question to be asked as regards the matter because Nigerian girls can see through a person’s intentions as far as from here to China!

When we are talking about winning the heart of a Nigerian Girl, we are not talking about those slay queens, oloshos and their distant cousins the ones who stand on the road or are in the clubs.

We’re talking about decent, Church (or Mosque) going, homely girls that you can introduce to your mother. So, without further ado, let us consider the points that can indeed lead you to winning the heart of a Nigerian Girl:

1. Be Smart

It is not necessary that you’re in genius category; but you have to show that you know your onions! I mean who wan commot with Dundi?

Nigerian girls will never tell you this but they love their men to have a sense of smartness (both logically and streetwise).

It also helps your own self-confidence and boosts your morale and performance at work and also at other places too.

The reverse side to this is if you don’t know something and you’re showing others that you know, then that is the beginning of your downfall. Always show your intelligence with a touch of humility. Send her love notes regularly and show express your desire to love her.

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2. Dress well always

Have you heard the common saying: “You’re addressed by the way you dress”? Well, that is the same thing that Nigerian girls look for in their potential suitors.

Dressing decently shows a level of responsibility that such ladies are looking for in their men. Dressing decently also denotes responsibility.

Who wants an irresponsible man? You must also learn to dress to suit the times. Know when to dress formally, informally and in-between. You should also be able to create a personal sense of style that befits your personality.

3. Earn an Income

You should realize that as per the culture of the tribes and ethnicities of our dear country, majority of the responsibilities in a relationship fall on the shoulders of the man.

As such, it is basic that you possess the ability to earn an income. Who else do you want to pay for your bills? Your mom? The process of making a Nigerian girl to fall for you is to start a family isn’t it?

Who is going to pay for the Children’s diapers? Is it the girl you’re currently dating? Mr. Man!! Get your head out of the sand and realize that getting a woman to fall in love with you is not for children!

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4. Be a person of faith

Whatever faith you belong to; be it Christianity, Islam, African Traditional Religion or even Buddhism, make sure that you practice your faith!

If you can be loyal to the invisible, then of course your loyalty to the visible will never be questioned. That way, when you want to enter a relationship with a Nigerian girl it is easy for her to trust that you will not sway in the event of tough situations. Faith will always carry you through!

5. Be loyal

Loyalty to a women is like having number five next to number six. You may not believe it but most Nigerian girls who are disloyal usually became so after disloyalty was shown to them by other Nigerian men! So try to be loyal and see your girl show you loyalty as well!

6. Be honest

Lying has a way of ruining your chances with any Nigerian girl. They love honesty to a fault and lies won’t allow for trust to be built.

How can you win the heart of someone who cannot trust you with herself? You have to be a man that is known for honesty.

Literally speaking, liars always get caught one way or the other. It is better to tell the truth and be shamed than to lie and be glorified because when the day of shame comes, it would become the day when that false truth will become exposed and the integrity of the liar gets dented forever.

7. When you approach a girl, make sure your head is correct

You already know what is meant by “make sure that your head is correct”. You must as a matter of fact know why you’re approaching the girl in the first place.

Make sure that you’re doing it for the right reasons. Have you ever heard of a woman’s intuition? When that intuition kicks in which you cannot control and everything now starts to go to dust for you because your head was not correct in the first place, then you will know that having a correct head will enable you to get the girl without stress!

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8. Be generous

Who likes a stingy person? NOBODY!! Your being a generous person does not make you a fool. It in fact makes you the kind of person that gives for giving sake; not giving for getting sake. This is the difference between a go-getter and a go-giver.

If a Nigerian girl senses that you’re a go-getter, she will treat you the same way you treat her and you two will keep playing a game of wits till kingdom come.

However, if you’re a go-giver who is always making sure that you’re giving to make sure that people are comfortable; being a helper of destiny, that is the kind of person that any girl will want to fall in love with.

However, you must give sensibly; that is not in a way or manner that will threaten or destroy you. Always make sure that you give not making sure that people are not using you.

Well, you may have been expecting to have a specific manner of approach and pickup lines to use. It is not about how-to, it is rather a state of being.

Be the best person that you can be and see the best people get attracted to you. It is not about going to look for girls, as if you’re a hunter.

It is about you finding the right one in the right place where and when you’re just doing your thing. Remember also that it is not about just making any girl to fall in love with you. It is about maintaining that love; just like a garden.

Do you have specific ways in which you have made your girl to fall in love with you? What strategies did you employ? What are you doing to make her remain in love with you? Share in the comments!

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