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10 Things Nigerian Women DO That Would WOW American Women!

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Comment by BIIGMANN on August 28, 2017 at 1:02pm
Our world is sad
Comment by Ivan Butcher II on August 18, 2017 at 7:37pm

A big problem is that here in the USA, we have so many Afrocentric Black Women, who want to live by European standards and virtues.

Comment by Mervin E Yearwood on August 15, 2017 at 9:25pm

The woman express herself by painting the women of the Africans in the Americas with a broad brush. However I have personally experience in the Carolina's every body eat and drink in my house.
African Women of the Americas do clean the home and cook great meals on a daily basis.
Nigeria have thirty six states and many Ethnic groups
She is from the ' Hausa-Fulani
Muslim Hausa and Fulani are the predominant ethnic groups in Nigeria’s northern region. Though the groups originated in different parts of West Africa, religion, intermarriage and adoption of the Hausa language by the Fulani have unified the groups over time. In contemporary Nigerian society, they are often referred to collectively as Hausa-Fulani.

The largest of the major ethnic groups, Hausa and Fulani have been politically dominant since Nigeria’s independence from Britain in 1960.

Islam is a key component of their ethnic identity and continues to inform their role in modern Nigerian society and politics. Their culture is deeply patriarchal and patrilineal.

In recent years, Hausa and Fulani were instrumental in adopting and upholding Sharia, a system of Islamic law, in 11 of the country’s northern states.'
She speaks of eating yam with her fingers people still do in the some of the Americas
Women of the Americas you are special and skillful with their men!

Comment by Soca Yardie on August 15, 2017 at 8:15pm
I was rocking with her right up until the white husband part....smh
Comment by Mervin E Yearwood on August 15, 2017 at 7:01pm

My people we are not devoid of African Culture in the United States Of America or the Americas.Just open your ear,the preparation of your meals,our dances and worship patterns,

Comment by Lu on August 15, 2017 at 6:19pm

Her name is Maryam Shumate

Comment by Lu on August 15, 2017 at 4:44pm

All of this...and this woman is on YouTube with her white husband. Yep.

All that she is trying to convey with her message, is how she was raised and what she saw with the women in her household/culture. For everyone else, TO EACH ITS OWN. Nothing is wrong with HER outlook on HER traditions.

Comment by Vana on August 15, 2017 at 4:34pm

Yasmin my destiny is not to be be enslaved.  Slavery ended for black women too.  I am not going back.

Comment by Yasmin on August 15, 2017 at 11:37am
~Mans Destiny is to Enslave the Woman ~
Comment by flores460 on August 15, 2017 at 5:51am
Even though we are here in this country, a lot of us still have values and tradition. This gets lost because we don't have our own media to show positivity in black communities. I work with Africans. They stick amongst themselves. My experience is African women don't like Black women because they think we want their men. However, it is their men that want us. I watch as they try to loose weight. Bleach their skin. Put on tons of make up to look what they term beautiful. There is also an exclusive club that is only by invitation where African men meet and date black women. America is a great melting pot. And a lot of traditions get lost when other cultures reach this soil. But anyway. To each his own.

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