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Are There Still Good Nigerian Men? Pastor Jimi Tewe Speaks on a New Episode of ‘Conversations with Labo’

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Have you ever tried to Google “Nigerian men”?

Labo Daniel did and the results were alarming. 99% (Ok maybe 98%) of the articles that popped up bordered on infidelity, ego, chauvinism, domestic laziness and domestic violence. Ultimately inferring that they are a selfish, stone hearted breed of human species who have no feelings, never make sacrifices and exist for themselves only.

The shocking stats prompted her to write this article on BN. With the feedback received on the article, she decided to explore this conversation further.

On Episode 9 of ‘Conversations with Labo’, Labo Daniel had an interesting conversation with counsellor and career coach, Jimi Tewe.

He talked on what he thinks the reason for the stereotype is.

The average African man, takes his image of what a man is from what is traditional. He saw the way his Dad treated his mother and believes that’s how to treat a woman, but things are changing.”

When a man meets a woman, it’s either he wants to sleep with her, or he wants to marry her thereby skipping a key part of relationship, friendship, which is the cause of all the problems.”

He gives further insights on how to solve the crises and of course touches on the mother of all stereotypes, all men cheat and talks on how he remained a virgin till marriage.

Watch it here:

4 Comments

  1. Ibukunmi

    September 21, 2016 at 10:59 am

    The man said nothing about being a Pastor but talked of his struggles as a man, yet you had to put it there to show he’s super human and not your average Nigerian man. . Thank you for helping harness the stereotypes of Nigerian men being evil Bellanaija. Always knew you had an agenda.

    • Anonymous

      September 21, 2016 at 1:07 pm

      Abeg stop making noise and Google
      “my husband has”
      “My husband does”
      My husband does not”
      “My husband’s”
      “I want my husband to”
      “Why does my husband”
      Or the lovely “my husband sleeps with”
      From a Nigerian location

      Instead of you people to consider what people are going through its about your egos, even on an anonymous forum

  2. Tai omo yoruba nimi

    September 21, 2016 at 2:43 pm

    As much as i agree with the name tags and all ,i still believe there are loads of good nigerian men out there ,Its just the reputation,fire and pepper they have shown and still showing women both home and abroad Hence the whole brouhaha so ladies if you wanna marry a nigerian Man by all means pls overlook the Worldwide reputation biko

  3. Moyo

    September 22, 2016 at 9:49 am

    Good job, Labo with the interviews well done

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