This Battabox Video is Trending! Who is More Romantic – Yoruba or Igbo Men?

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This video by Battabox has got people talking on social media. It has practically caused a debate on who is more romantic between Yoruba men and Igbo men.

Battabox took the question to the streets and some of the answers are hilarious.

Watch below.

87 Comments on This Battabox Video is Trending! Who is More Romantic – Yoruba or Igbo Men?
  • Jasmine February 12, 2016 at 12:30 pm

    Sentiments aside, Igbo men are more romantic. Not the ‘omonnas’ o. Better igbo men. They just have a hard time showing it.

    • say it again February 12, 2016 at 1:03 pm

      You are brain dead.!
      From yout thrash, i deduce the following:

      1. sentiments aside, Igbo men are more romantic. Not the ‘omonnas’ o.
      This means a few of them are romantiic, not all

      2.They just have a hard time showing it
      Out of the few that are romantic, those ones have a hard time showing it. So how do you know they are romantic then? A man does not show it, what qualifies him to be one?

      3. Let me tell you the real fact, Yoruba men are more romantic. that is why igbo girls date yoruba guys. When the yoruba guys dont want to commit, they term them yoruba demons. Your igbo folks dont have time to show you igbo chic any love or spend anything on you. The yoruba guy will take you to the mall, spend on you, buy you val gifts, take you to party and club, do you right and all you want, just that he wont commit to you-which is the only problem you have

      • Nuna February 12, 2016 at 2:37 pm

        So for all these reasons you mentioned, and for the mere fact that someone had the guts to share a different opinion, you called someone you dont even know brain dead. Here’s your trophy mehn!

      • bae be boo February 12, 2016 at 2:48 pm

        Yes!
        Am attracted to Yoruba men for reasons being that they are more into helping u build n achieve ur goals and aspirations. An igbo man can’t be bothered cos if he has his way he will rather gave u every penny u want.
        Yoruba guys are sometimes lazy, and wld rather depend on a woman even when e few know they aren’t getting the money clean. Yoruba men are more romantic to be honest. They lie a lot and have studied women psychology and how to manipulate women.
        Igbo men believe money wil solve al problems, they don’t talk too much!

      • What? February 12, 2016 at 4:11 pm

        @say it again What insolence?! You need to learn to respect other people’s views

      • Biker Chic February 12, 2016 at 10:04 pm

        @Say it again, how old are you? Are you sure you should be on blogs like this one?

      • abi February 13, 2016 at 12:09 pm

        What’s more romantic than commitment? A guy spoils you with gifts and dates but dumps you eventually and you call that romantic? Ok.

    • Charles February 12, 2016 at 1:10 pm

      There is nothing like igbo men are more romantic. I am igbo but I have dated Yoruba,igbo & Hausa girls and I have a preference for Hausa girls because I have always had a good time with them. It doesn’t imply, that they are better lovers than igbo girls or Yoruba girls. It’s a thing of personal choice and preferences.
      One man’s meat is another man’s poison.

      • Busarni February 12, 2016 at 3:08 pm

        Mr Charles, we are talking about men here and you are ranting about Hausa girls. I must comment on BN by force. Some times, read comments, topic and comprehend. This is our zone, let us decide which is more romantic.
        Well, what happened to Hausa men. So they no follow ni; Yorubas and ibos be thInking they are the best thing that happened to naija post independence. I love my Hausa men ( refined ooh) not all these Gworo teeth ridden ones ….

      • I just waka come… February 12, 2016 at 4:15 pm

        Mr Charles, have you dated Igbo men or Yoruba men?
        Yes? Kindly give feedback then.
        No? Then… …exactly… you smart…. ☺

    • Olu February 12, 2016 at 1:14 pm

      Having ‘a hard time showing it’ ……….. does not qualify as being romantic….

    • whoever February 12, 2016 at 1:57 pm

      “they have a hard time showing it, yet romantic’ what an oxymoron

    • Oluwatobi February 13, 2016 at 10:43 pm

      @jasmine

      Commitment, marriage is not always romance. Oyibo people that started this romance have the highest divorce rate. Don’t get me wrong, everybody wants to feel special once in a while but marriage is work not fairytale. Yoruba men can go up the mountain, profess their love only for you to find out, he’s doing that to other women and he’s being pretentious. He will play it so well, when caught he begs Jo ma binu, even fake cry only to “Yimu” at your back. However, if you find a good Yoruba man who’s faithful, committed, he’s the best. And some of them can be quite romantic. My dad is an example, I admire how he treats mommy and is romantic in his own way. And I know couple of good Yoruba men who are good husbands. But I also know the really bad ones.

      Igbo men don’t have time for mushy things. They are straightforward, and real. I’m currently dating an Igbo guy, chibueze. He’s not as romantic like ex(Yoruba) but I feel more safe and secure with him. Our first date, he was literally calculating how much he’ll spend and chose the least expensive restaurant…lol
      My only concern is, I noticed if their wife makes more money than them it’s not an easy thing for them to deal with. Here, in the U.S I’ve heard several cases of these men killing their wives. I’ve heard/read of other tribes but It’s been mostly Igbo men. A good friend of mine, her dad is serving time in prison for killing her mom. Cold blooded murder. Her mom was a doctor, he’s a teacher and he suspected she was cheating on him. One night, he shot her while she was reading on the couch. My friend was about 12yrs old, was peeping through and saw such a traumatic experience. She had to testify, her dad’s family coerced her to defend her dad. It still haunts her till today now that she’s 25.

  • hauwa February 12, 2016 at 12:44 pm

    Why are Hausa men not in the mix?
    ??

    • Dee February 12, 2016 at 1:54 pm

      Because Hausa men behave like they own their wives, the same way they own their cows.

      Would you expect him to show romance to his cow? No. Same for his wife.

      • Me February 12, 2016 at 9:59 pm

        I am Hausa but I can’t hep it, this your comment is just too too funny, looool.

  • Jade February 12, 2016 at 12:50 pm

    From my experience, coming from an Edo girl I’ll say Yoruba man. I’ve dated a benue, Igbo and Yoruba man. Even though, being romantic has nothing to do with tribe but different personality and how much you like the person. But what thing I will say about most Yoruba men is they are very personable and open. Some of them act shy, serious. Religious outside but behind closed doors they are freaks. I met this guy at redeemed church. Handsome, and smart. He showed interest in me but I didn’t think much of it. One day, he invited me to see an art show. He will hold me softly, and we had the best conversation ever. I was impressed with how enlightened and intellectual he was. Everytime I needed help, he will do it from his heart. We started dating, I thought this SU, what does he know. The best oral sex I’ve ever received. He touched me in ways I’ve never been. He’s married now, and i still think about him.

    • Temz O February 12, 2016 at 1:29 pm

      haha Jade you better not let oga see your comment *just kidding*

      In my opinion though, i would say transformed Igbo boys are the besttttt in everything, and when i say transformed igbo i mean the ones that have mingled with yoruba and other tribes very well, not the typical *baby gal wat is ya name igbo* that only keep typical igbo guys as friends.
      Typical Yoruba boys arent as opened minded as A transformed igbo man; just imagine the combination! chai! let me stop here before……………

    • Jezebel February 12, 2016 at 1:42 pm

      @ Jade: you know there is a difference between romance and s*x don’t you? SMH.

      • Jezebel February 12, 2016 at 1:45 pm

        …still incredulous. Can’t believe people actually loved your comment!

        I’ve seen and read a lot of weird things online but this, this here leaves me ?

      • whocares February 12, 2016 at 2:25 pm

        @Jezebel.. what’s wrong with her comment? I liked it.. she said they talked, held hands, clearly he listened to her and showed her attention helped her whenever she needed help, enlightened and intellectual.. please what there does not speak romance? That she got a great orgasm out of it is not a crime either..
        @Jade. – wo omo, does he have a twin? looool

      • Jade February 12, 2016 at 3:57 pm

        @jezebel

        I definitely know the difference, I didn’t want to go on and on about it. Our relationship was more of romance than sexual. I just wanted to add the oral sex part, some icing in the cake. He was an adventurous guy, he will take me out to shows, museums, we spent a lot of times in the park talking, laughing, arguing too. The way he will hug me so tightly but soft hold me, my head dey swell just reminiscing. I learned how to play most games from him like chess. I called him up one time when we were dating, hey I’m bored what are you doing. He asked where am I, I told him. This guy drove all the way, picked me up and we went to places that most naijas will consider local but to me it was romantic bcos he knew how to make fun out of anything. He was a simple religious guy yet pleasantly fun. Even how detailed he was with his words, he will express how he feels good and bad. I’m still heartbroken it didn’t work out between us and always think about him.
        My Igbo ex was not bad but romance is different for him. We looked and acted like siblings.. I don’t think it’s even in his dictionary or he knows what that means. He called me a name one day in Igbo, an attempt to be romantic. I asked, what does that mean. He said, like mother. Eh, abeg I don’t like dat. What happened to words in Yoruba like ololufe mi, olowo ori mi. Translate am to Igbo, and say it to me….lmao from him always turning down any type of sweet things. I guess, Igbo men are shy abi Wetin be dat.
        benue men, are good in bed. They are romantic too but their eyes no dey stay for one corner, it dey shine for different corners. 2face na proven fact. But most are honest and genuine. Some Yoruba guys can lie for days, the kin lie wey devil himself go fear. They will catch them cheating and will still lie in your face.
        Overrall, you will find romantic and not romantic in all tribes. I’ve never dated a Benin man, I can’t speak from them but what I’ve seen around. I will stick to my Igbo and Yoruba men.

    • Dtruth February 12, 2016 at 4:09 pm

      Lol@jade……na the oral sex em use tie ur matter for eternity lol…I’m sure his English name is headmund…e don use head scatter u like e dey take rush ewedu hehe

  • Largerthanlifealice February 12, 2016 at 12:53 pm

    i takes experience from others peoples mistakes….over taste they worry this one oh

    • abi February 13, 2016 at 12:17 pm

      @jade so after all the so called romance the great yoruba guy didn’t wife you. There’s no romance quite like commitment. The similarity to a sibling type relationship you had with the igbo guy is actually what marriage is like. But anyhoo from your comment I doubt that you’re interested in marriage in light of your tribal sampling of men.

      • Magui February 14, 2016 at 3:38 pm

        So all it takes is a comment on Bn to know the kind of person she is???haba

  • Ibe February 12, 2016 at 12:56 pm

    Igbo men are mostly romantic

  • keke driver February 12, 2016 at 12:56 pm

    Igbo guys of cause! bias aside

  • Olu February 12, 2016 at 1:13 pm

    To correctly answer this question, you must have TRIED MULTIPLE men from both sides…in different situations, locations, frames of mind, financial levels, etc.

    So yea, it depends.

  • iyke February 12, 2016 at 1:22 pm

    You haven’t lived if you haven’t dated an igbo guy!??
    How can you be an ‘Oriaku’ if he is not igbo?
    #Igbomenrock!

    • newbie February 12, 2016 at 2:53 pm

      Bros we no be oriaku again o. These days we be odoziaku (caretaker of the wealth). No be only chop we come chop!

      • Mz Socially Awkward…. February 12, 2016 at 4:50 pm

        El Oh El! ??

  • serious February 12, 2016 at 1:23 pm

    I’d say Yoruba men are more romantic however, their romance is very pretentious and deceptive even though they go all out to make it work. They do everything at first to win you and your trust but once they have it, you will see another chameleonite side of them. For me, romance should be honest not high one minute and dry the next. Yorubas’ is worse cos they raise you to the top of mount Everest but the tumble down the mountain is harsh. From my experience of the tribes (including three major ones), I’d say Benue men are more attentive and romantic with all sense of honesty and some then added romantic condiments (wink).

    • changing moniker February 12, 2016 at 1:41 pm

      Benue men? Seriously? They can cheat for Africa… Asides the obvious examples.. Abeg what does romance mean if after all the show I can’t sleep properly cos I’m wondering if Le boo is doing other things..

    • bisroy February 12, 2016 at 2:42 pm

      I guess that’s why they are called ‘yoruba demon’

  • NIRA February 12, 2016 at 1:28 pm

    Simple question: how many of the romantic proposals featured here on BN were done by my Igbo brothers??? Most are Yoruba men. I’m a proud Igbo girl, but I believe Yoruba men are more romantic.

    • Nnamdi February 12, 2016 at 1:59 pm

      So you have to believe what you see in public like Bella naij a to know that Yoruba people are more romantic you must be desperate Igbo girl and a sellout May God help you find husband.

      • Iris February 12, 2016 at 3:10 pm

        Lmao this comment entered you well. Calm down for Jesus abeg.
        BN you people want to give my Igbo brothers hypertension with this post.

      • kele February 12, 2016 at 5:10 pm

        LMAOOOOO. E pain am. :'(

      • huyi February 12, 2016 at 8:18 pm

        NNAMDI IS PAINED!!! ive never dated an igbo man/boy so i cant answer this question, my prayer is for them to go far from me and God answered. lol # Yoruba men all da, they are romantic and can be LAZYYY if you let them be.

  • renee February 12, 2016 at 1:48 pm

    Yoruba men are good boyfriends but bad husbands. Igbo men are bad boyfriends but good husbands. Lol just saying though

    • iyke February 12, 2016 at 2:43 pm

      @Renee, lol .. I like that expression …. But I disagree that we make bad bfs.
      Hmmmm,romanticism …… an outlook on relationships that love should be the most important criterion in choosing a mate.
      Ladies,if you haven’t read this, please READ IT AGAIN!!!
      Igbo men are the only men in Nigeria who are self assured and believe that if they love someone, they know they can make the relationship work, through everyday acts of caring, kindness, and compassion, despite any obstacles, and, the person they love will be completely accepting, loving, and understanding. You feel the safest when you’re near an honest Igbo man and we love you still even when you are upset.
      Problem that I have with other tribes is that though they also could be romantic in their own way, it’s rather for a purpose and once that goal is realized – has, in a sense, become a sure thing – its dreamy, dazzling aspects begin to dull.
      So ladies, take a cue, date and marry an Igbo man. We are worth it!

      • Tosin February 13, 2016 at 10:20 am

        igbo boy/man we say romantic he say rheumatism.
        Own goal. Yoruba 2 Igbo 0.

    • Chi February 12, 2016 at 4:30 pm

      Renee, gbam!!! Leave these young women alone. After 10 years of marriage, then they will know the real meaning of “romance”. LOL. I always advise my Igbo sisters “date a Yoruba man if you want to but for marriage, you better look for an Igbo guy that has his shit together and marry him whether he is “romantic”or not”. I can’t overemphasize this point. Let me stop here. If only women really told the truth about what goes on their marriages Lol.
      After about 5-10 years of marriage, us women finally get to know that there is a big difference between romance and loyalty. And romance does not a marriage make.

      • abi February 13, 2016 at 12:29 pm

        Exactly. True romance is not flowers and chocolate and candle lit dinners to help ease the discarding of panties. Yoruba guys are fun but 95% will have children outside. They are commitmentphobes and juggle several lovers with skill and ease. Igbo men respect marriage and so may appear a bit straight laced in relationships. They are not fantastical and approach love in a very practical way which may not be “romantic” say during courting but during marriage, when it actually matters, they show their love in the most thoughtful and profound ways.

    • Oma February 12, 2016 at 9:08 pm

      You Renee hit the nail on the head ???

  • xag February 12, 2016 at 1:56 pm

    A man is thinking of investments and planning a future you will say he’s not romantic. No o, follow the one that has time to use money for one plot of land to fly you to exotic destinations, when his money finishes, its your own money he will use to sustain his lifestyle or worse still he will find sidechicks to continue his hustle. Ndi romance.

    • Stone Cold February 12, 2016 at 3:44 pm

      Hahahhahaha Best comment ever!

  • Ndubuisi February 12, 2016 at 1:57 pm

    Igbo people are more romantic

  • DeeDee February 12, 2016 at 2:02 pm

    My ibo bf is more romantic than the Yoruba guys I’ve dated in the past. But to each his own. Can’t generalize.

  • Naa Mel February 12, 2016 at 2:09 pm

    Hehehehe…now i have two other type of guys I need to date before i finally settle… igbo or yoruba? which one first…. any Igbo or Yoruba guy out there who would love to date a Ghanaian? …:) …i know anything is possible on Bella Naija….lol

    • Dtruth February 12, 2016 at 4:14 pm

      @Naa Mel……hope say u fine and not unemployed???? Its 2016…no time for romance especially with a woman that has noyhing to bring to the table…..

      • Cindy February 12, 2016 at 8:19 pm

        And you too oga, hope you have something to bring to the table too? And I’m not talking money here?

  • whocares February 12, 2016 at 2:17 pm

    Nah, it’s called “yoruba demons” not igbo demons for a reason. Those guys do their homework, and then use the result to cash in panties. Romance is their stock market. Equity rich for them means babes in perpetuity. They have studied and done their home work well and when the time comes, hmm they will use that knowledge (romance in this case of what the girl or gentleman likes etc) to press those bottoms sorry buttons (double entendre intended) You will be there chanting “wale is a so romantic”, dey there, Wale is merely jacking for his exam and you are question number 1.. 60 more to go in the multiple choice part. looool. Forget romance, ask him to open shop for you. I am really not over this yoruba demon jokes. lmaooo.

    • Iris February 12, 2016 at 3:12 pm

      LOL ‘Wale is jacking for his exam and you are number one…60 more to go…’
      @whocares you are not well at all 🙂

  • Nuna February 12, 2016 at 2:41 pm

    I can only speak about the man I married. The most romantic man on the face of the earth. He’s Igbo tho.

  • nwanyi na aga aga February 12, 2016 at 2:46 pm

    Renee your submission is the conclusion of the matter. You can only find out how romantic an Igbo man is when you are married to him. In bf/gf issues you cant decipher.

    • Mz Socially Awkward…. February 12, 2016 at 5:12 pm

      I read your comment and for some reason, Livinus from the “Lagos Husbands” series popped straight into my mind. No idea why but it made me laugh out loud even more… ??

  • Faithy February 12, 2016 at 2:56 pm

    Igbo men are the most romantic men ave ever seen, one woman no dey do yoruba men,

  • O~Intuition! February 12, 2016 at 3:01 pm

    So, the ‘Yoruba Demons’ WIN!
    lol

  • Busarni February 12, 2016 at 3:13 pm

    Nnamdi Haba na ; you were pained much . She is free to air her opinions na. Oya be a good ibo man and apologize to her . Ibo men rock don’t mind her

  • Chic February 12, 2016 at 3:38 pm

    All I know is that Igbo men do not joke with their wives, can’t say same for Yoruba men though.. Yoruba has good men too.

  • Author Unknown February 12, 2016 at 3:49 pm

    If we are to go by stereotypes (as confirmed by one of the interviewees) money matters to Ibo girls. There might be a cultural/ traditional angle to it, especially with the betrothment which didn’t start out with that intention, but I won’t get into that. My point is how you expect Ibo guys to be romantic when the perception is that money takes care of “everything”. They would rather chase money at all costs. There isn’t enough time to be romantic and chase money. lol. Yoruba guys on the other hand don’t face the same type of pressure from their women, and coupled with the fact that Yorubas are generally a more sociable group, enables their men to be more romantic. My two kobo.

  • I just waka come… February 12, 2016 at 4:26 pm

    Holds head… you say what?? SU sabi ORAL SEX ???????
    My people, the world is coming to an end.
    Mark my words.
    It is over.
    Today or tomorrow. Or after Valentine, but. the. world. is. over.

  • Half God… Half Goddess February 12, 2016 at 4:29 pm

    The only thing faintly romantic about an Igbo man is his money, very Igbotic people like that.

  • ogeAdiro February 12, 2016 at 4:36 pm

    Probably Yoruba men. Even the way my Yoruba friends check up on you is different. They know how to add flavor to simple “how u dey?” Igbo guys are probably too direct to be romantic (unless you find that romantic). Also don’t think that we’re as patient as our Yoruba brothers. And patience is definitely a virtue when it comes to romance. Me sef, I’ve been known to hang up the phone when I feel like the lady is not cutting to the chase.

    • Mz Socially Awkward… February 12, 2016 at 6:11 pm

      Thank you for helping us cut straight to the chase. Read a few rejoinders on the thread about who’ll make better husbands and how men need money to provide, etc. etc. and I think that distracts us completely from the actual question which is simply – who is typically more romantic, a Yoruba or Igbo man?

      Being romantic doesn’t equate to being better or worse at long-term commitment (or at providing). I’m Igbo and sticking with the literal question, Yoruba men have been more romantic in my experience of dating. Impromptu surprise tinz always taking place… 🙂

      Here’s my most recent experience with one of my Igbo bros… which I can thankfully even laugh at now… We met last year & he asked for my number, then he happened to be in town again and we had another brief chance to meet face-to-face. Telephone conversations went back and forth & he kept inviting me to visit the town he lives in, which I wasn’t keen on as it’s a good 3 hours away (1.5 hours drive in each direction) plus I thought we should maybe keep having verbal conversations to see where things go first of all. However, I caved and thought maybe I should be more proactive and I finally agreed to visit. And when I got there after my long drive, there the young man hadn’t actually made plans for how we’ll spend the day, which already started irritating me but then he went on to offer up some Indomie noodles for lunch.

      See ehn, this isn’t me sounding unreasonable. If you invite a girl to your far-ass town, have a plan about what you’ll both do when she arrives. Plus – noodles as the best way to welcome an out-of-town visitor is an abomination. Can you imagine the travesty if I’d been the one inviting him to my flat for that sort of long-distance visit and I’d offered him noodles? Before someone thinks it’s all about money – no. It’s about doing things properly (especially as this is a grown-man I’m talking of who also happens to be a doctor).

      The icing on the cake was when his friend also dropped by from out of town (not unexpectedly oh, bros knew that both of us were going to be visiting on the same day) so I basically didn’t even get any chance to salvage the situation by using that time to even say “oya, let’s get to know each other a bit more”. I was very disappointed by all of it… of which, I ended up driving off by 7pm and he was complaining that I could stay a bit longer. Ah ah! What part of 1.5hr drive doesn’t register for you? Stay till midnight so I get home at 2am??

      Igbo men, as you say, often are more direct about relationships and may not pay as much attention to the finer details of romance.

      • whocares February 12, 2016 at 7:12 pm

        @MSA: @MSA- OMGGGGGGGGGGGGG I was calmly drinking water at my desk, scrolling through comments until I saw the indomie noodles part.. If not for discipline, the water would have spurted out of my mouth dramatically. LMAOOOOOOOOO. He offered to cook now, he is being romantic., looooool. Did he offer boyle heck with the noodles as well because na that one bad pass o if you just ate indomie without heck (egg) or stew (or sauce.. did he put sauce? lmaooooo) so all day long all you had was noodles and you had to drive back? Adura bi epe wa ma se on the drive back home (you would have been praying for him in a very curse-like manner on the drive back home)

      • FasholasLover February 12, 2016 at 10:29 pm

        @MSA, you got me at ….he offered noodles. WTF? He is just a lazy inconsiderate persin. His loss.

      • Mz Socially Awkward…. February 12, 2016 at 10:47 pm

        @whocares ?? A home cooked meal was thoughtful enough, abi? It could have been epa and groundnut… ‘Twas garnished with some veg “embelishments” but ’twas indomie noodles all the same. And he and homeboy spent plenty time catching up, so na me come feel like 3rd wheel. ?

        Don’t worry, I spent the drive back cursing my own self out for not heeding my initial reservation about that visit.

      • abi February 13, 2016 at 12:36 pm

        What kind of guy did you jam biko? Igbo men are known for showing off so an ostentatious lunch at an unreasonably pricey joint would have made more sense.

  • Adelaide February 12, 2016 at 4:49 pm

    so no one noticed they used Ebuka Uchendu’s picture to represent Yoruba guys?

    • abi February 13, 2016 at 12:38 pm

      I did o. Maybe they’re dodging their baby mamas.

  • Adelaide February 12, 2016 at 4:53 pm

    Please what has education got to do with romance? please is there anyone one who studied romance is the university?

  • lily February 12, 2016 at 6:30 pm

    its igbo guys for me….some yoruba guys are very pretentious….they come at u acting romantic until u get involved with them, then u will see dem oda sides. dumping ur ass is actually their greatest gift…very good at it w/o even looking bk,.

  • Lol February 12, 2016 at 7:04 pm

    Igbo guys for the win! They are also finer although Yoruba guys have more swag and finesse. But yea when an igbo guy showers you with praises you’ll even start questioning yourself?lol. Past Yoruba guys in my life were too full of themselves ah cause they believed they were hot commodity! Sigh

  • mrs chidukane February 12, 2016 at 8:10 pm

    My sister married a Yoruba guy. He was romantic when they were dating, bringing her home cooked lunch to work and all. Now they’re married, no more romance at all. Ibo guys for marriage till eternity. They may not spoil you while dating but believe me you won’t regret the marriage, lol.

  • Mrs Nwosu February 12, 2016 at 8:33 pm

    I wud say, Igbo men, especially my own, he will put the most romantic guy on this planet to shame I tell you.?

  • Stella February 12, 2016 at 8:48 pm

    When u make video in Lagos (Yourba predominant area) you don’t say Nigerian women have decided. I am sure if u go to a place like Enugu or Owerri, Yourba won’t get a single vote. Get your fact right dearie.

    • Author Unknown February 12, 2016 at 9:02 pm

      As Ibo wouldn’t get a single vote in Ogbomosho, Abeokuta, or Kano either. Relax girl. It’s all in good fun. No one said it was a scientific research.

  • Rose February 12, 2016 at 9:01 pm

    Yes am Igbo….No I have never had a boyfriend before… Buy Igbo Men are the reallll MVP in romance…..#Igboforthewin….call it bias Na you sabi….me dey sip tea….patiently waiting for my Igbo prince lol

    • FasholasLover February 12, 2016 at 10:34 pm

      You have never had a boyfriend, so what are you doing sharing snr jokes??? My fren, common go and do your homework or better still epp mummy arand the ouse.

  • Daizzy February 13, 2016 at 7:35 am

    If you want stability in your marriage, if you want your future secured and kids well taken care of, Berra go for an Igbo man. This is experience I’ve seen with family members. Yes he might not be the most romantic in expressing himself but you know that he’ll ensure you are well taken care of!

    My uncle got his wife the latest Range Rover while he still drives his 2012 Honda Pilot. His reason because he wants people to see his wife and say yes this woman is well taken care of! Most Igbo men believe their true wealth lies in how well their wives are taken care of.

    20years down the line, the most romantic won’t matter o!

  • jade February 21, 2016 at 1:26 am

    @abi

    I’m not sampling on purpose, these men approached me and they happen to be these tribes. It didn’t work out with my yoruba ex bcos of different reasons. We dated for a year and half, then he asked me if I want to marry him. I told him, I liked him but I wasn’t ready at that time bcos I was 22, maybe in 3yrs. I guess, he couldn’t wait around.

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