In essence, Zambian women should learn from Nigerian women and be independent so they wouldn’t need these Nigerian men in the first place.The conversation steered toward general household, kitchen and then bedroom duties.So it’s not eveni a matta ofu the best man wins awe!Eh, we must start to do something to protect this kind of nonsense from happening otherwise we’ll end up with bana mayo aba mu village iwe and why must we settle for that?!Should Zambian men should just up their game a bit and become more aggressively enterprising and not be afraid to think and act outside the box?
The gentlemen quite rightly suggested that being outnumbered can deplete their supply of women rapidly and can affect the mix in the pot (local population).” I tried to keep a straight face pretending to chuckle at what I was reading but really, I was just rather excited to hear this hot debate between two thirty-something year old men from Zed. “In fact, I don’t think having Nigerian in-laws is even attractive iweh! ” I listened on as Nigerian men were described as being extremely arrogant, pompous and full of themselves.Apparently, all they do is ama ‘419’, counterfeit this and counterfeit that, obtain cash via dubious means and then use that cash to look as though they are a Prince or some rich subject from Nigeria that they earned the money legitimately whilst doing an honest day’s work.I was intrigued to hear that the debate then became tribalistic and I wondered who had sampled all those women from so many tribes in Zed? This was getting more controversial as the journey wore on.By now, I had well and truly missed my stop but was trying to listen to more on not what they presumed was the reason but on what was the actual reason that drove Nigerian men towards the Zambian women.