NIGRIAN WOMEN FUME AT NIGERIAN MEN FOR PREFERING SOUTH AFRICAN WOMEN

NIGRIAN WOMEN FUME AT NIGERIAN MEN FOR PREFERING SOUTH AFRICAN WOMEN

Some Nigerian women fume at Nigerian men who say they prefer South African women to them.

Reacting on the social media to the story, Adetola Bakinson says “Idiots…South African men will never put down their women like that. How do you measure such?

Bakinson believes Nigerian men have degraded their women by saying they prefer Mzansi women.

Phumla Shabangu seconded Bakinson. “How do you expect respect from us as South Africans when they disrespect their own. Idiots”. Shabangu believes Nigerian men should not expect respect from South African women if they don’t respect their own women.

Juliet Chekwube Ubamah describes Nigerians living in South Africa as lost souls as they claim they prefer South African women.

Martin Koleosho, a Nigerian business man in Central Johannesburg says the rude words of the Nigerian women on the social media was uncalled for. “Did they read the story? Did they see the terrible things done by the Nigerian women in that story. I’m shocked none of them said anything about the evil acts of those Nigerian women according to the story”.

Koleosho (Male, 38) says anybody is free to say whom he prefers to marry and should not be condemned for it.

However, a few Nigerian women in Randburg were indifferent to the story. Majority of them agree that a few Nigerian women may be bad as obtainable anywhere in the world.

A Nigerian stylist at the Oriental shop in Randburg, Johannesburg anonymously theorized that some of the women were evil from home but wanted to take advantage of the sound South African legal system to exploit the men.

She opined: “They can’t do that rubbish at home. Also, some of the men don’t seek true love. They used money to entice these silly women. Good riddance”.

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