Love is described as the sexual union of a man and a woman. It is given to us by Heaven, who created men and women in his image in order for them to become one flesh, fertile, and multiply.
As a woman reaches her twenties, the pressure to "settle down" rises, and if her 30th birthday passes without finding Mr. Right, Shiloh, or some other prayer land, becomes the next best choice.
Women miss their husbands a lot when they're looking for Mr. Right. They keep an eye out for tribal products, such as cars, phones, types of jobs, house sizes, six-packs, and clothes.
While no man is perfect, some tribes have men who are close to perfection and make good husbands.
This article will take us through tribes where women can choose a good husband and father when they are ready to settle down.
Hold your man near if he belongs to one of these five tribes, whether he is wealthy or not.
Their men are very humble and respectful, and they will ensure that your marriage remains happy for the rest of your life.
If you don't feel valued or loved by your wife, you're in the wrong marriage. A Fulani man loves his wife and knows that no one is perfect (including him).
They are mature, responsible men who are emotionally intelligent and can control their emotions.
Fulani men are born warriors who will place their lives on the line to protect their wives from harm. They adore their wives and can't stand seeing them cry or suffer.
The Yoruba men are one of the most popular in Nigeria due to their romantic nature. The Yoruba tribe's men are caring, loving, and respectful.
It should be noted that while some Yoruba men tend to have mistresses, their wives and children never fail to display their love and care.
Women are attracted to them because they are usually attractive and skilled. Yoruba men are also well-trained by their parents, and they are willing to help with household chores or cooking if their wife is pregnant.
3. Delta (Itsekiri)
If your man is from Itsekeri, I'd advise you to hold on to him tight because there are a lot of women who want to marry him.
The Itsekeri tribe lives in the Delta, and its members are mostly black, attractive, strong, and well-educated.
Have you ever dated an Itsekeri man? Itsekeri's men know how to treat women like princesses. They'll lavish you with food, jewelry, and whatever else they can get their hands on.
When it comes to Itsekeri, they're gentle, funny, and enthusiastic. Women enjoy being around them because it shows them how to control their jealousy.
4. Igbo (Anambra, Enugu)
Look for a husband in Igbo if you want a hardworking man. Igbo men treat their wives with respect and dignity. When it comes to spending money on them, they have no qualms about it.
Igbo men, in particular, are very considerate of their wives' feelings, so they tend to be faithful husbands and are very careful about it, even though an affair is involved. They almost ever divorce their wives, and they stick by them through thick and thin. They also handle disagreements, disputes, and conflicts maturely.
Let me add that an Igbo man might be poor today, but he could be a millionaire tomorrow. Dreams like that are never abandoned. I'm certain that women who have married Igbo men will testify to what I've written.
So, if you're dating a poor Igbo guy, hold him close and reason with him. Drink the garri and dream of a happier future with your family.
Marriage, contrary to popular belief, is not a cruel institution. When you marry the right guy, marriage is a wonderful experience. Your tribe may or may not have the right man for you. He may not be super wealthy or particularly tall and attractive, but whichever one you find, make sure you hold him close. Playing with his feelings isn't a smart idea.
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