The Kenyan writer of this article spent a few days in Nigeria and below are her observations on the reasons their women fall for Nigerian men.
Our girls will bend all the rules to please Naija men. They don’t mind dropping their ‘feminism’ guns when a Naija bro comes knocking.
Take this example. A month ago, a video featuring a half-naked Kenyan girl dancing seductively for a man with a heavy Nigerian accent (who could only be heard in the background) went viral.
‘Shiro,’ the dancing queen, was dropping it like it’s hot, shaking what her mama gave her to the joy of her man who couldn’t hide his excitement.
“Turn, Shiro, turn!” Oga shouted in the typical Nigerian accent that made the word ‘turn,’ sound like ‘ton,’ as he encouraged the enthusiastic dancer to let loose in the four-minute clip, which he promised to delete after the show.
Trust me, if the man in question was a Kasyoki, Kamande or Ondiek, Kenyan women would have taken to the streets to protest.
Remember the controversial Nairobi-based Nigerian businessman Anthony Chinedu?
Before he was deported in 2013, he was quoted as saying, “We are doing Kenya a favour by marrying their women. I have never heard of a Kenyan man marrying a Nigerian…”
This led to a debate pegged on why Kenyan women fall head-over-heels for Nigerian men.