- A Nigerian woman with the name Aunty Ada has said Igbo men are romantic by action
- Aunty Ada added that they do not show it through mere words
- While many agreed with her opinion, others had a contrary belief
Romance is a beautiful thing. It is the spice of a lovely relationship. A Nigerian woman with the Twitter name Aunty Ada has revealed how Igbo men show their romantic side.
In a post she made on the micro-messaging platform on Friday, June 12, she said that Igbo men show how they love by action and not words.
So many people reacted to the tweet. While some ladies said they want an Igbo man, others had a lot to say on the contrary.
See her tweet below:
Read the reactions below:
Others do not entirely agree with her opinion:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that another Nigerian lady with the Twitter name Lisa threw her support behind Igbo men in the country.
She said that no matter what the situation, they are never known to abandon a woman who they have impregnated.
The Nigerian lady went further to say that even if such a lady is not the wife of the man, the Igbo guy will still take care of the person and the baby.
In other words, the Tuareg tribe gives much power to women as they are allowed to decide their fate without the so-called supreme power of men.
Their men wear a blue indigo veil as a protective measure to keep their face safe from the dust of the desert.
The tribe never dumped their tradition of allowing men to wear veil instead of women despite their adoption of Islam.
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In the case of divorce, the women get to keep all the tents and the animals as the man is chased out to return to his mother’s home with just a camel in his possession.
Also, whenever the women divorce their husbands, their mothers will throw them a party so that other men can know they are now available for new relationships.
One of the things that is beautiful about the tribe is that they have dignity and a Tuareg will never ask for things like water if they are not offered.
Tuareg has greatly moved across the Sahara over 1000 years and have made alliance with Islamic group in the bid to seek for their independence.
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