When you have a Nigerian husband, church and God become part of your life. As I mentioned earlier, they pray even in normal conversations .... This is something that we, White Naija Girls have to learn otherwise the communication can break easily. Before I met my Husband my Sunday mornings were sad and boring.
They are thanking Him every good things all the time as God is good..the time.
They are marrying, not for the primarily purpose of acquiring greencard, but for other noble reasons.
They marry, not for the curiosity, but because they are bonded and are determined to make a success of the marriage institution; they are bonded by love and faith and a commitment to one another to live their lives as one in a happy matrimony.
Is it normal for a Nigerian man to hold hands with a girl and they are just friends? e.g for Americans, it means ur dating..i asked the guy i was w/ when he kept holding my hand and it was just our second date and i told him we were only friends numerous times...i asked him and he said it was normal for them, even to hold hands with another girl if WAS dating me..it's a sign of friendship...
Also, is it normal for them to call their own sister or family members "baby"..like Americans is it used only with their significant other?
Today I would like to summaries what I've learnt tonight at the couple's night at our church.
During my Secondary school days, I travelled to Aba to sojourn briefly with my aunty.
I sat for my JSCE in Aba before returned to Lagos for my SSCE. Then as a child I was in “Tales By Moonlight”, “Kiddies Vision 101”.
I also stopped acting for a while when I got an admission into Federal Polytecnic, Oko, in Anambra State.
When I was in Oko, I did a bit of modelling because modelling was a lot easier than acting.
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