7 Ways To Spot A Rich Nigerian Woman

December 14, 2020

A lot of Nigerian men have tried to push the agenda that Nigerian women are rich. So, Zikoko decided to investigate and we have come through with a list on how to spot a rich Nigerian woman. So, if you’re in the market for a rich woman, this one is for you.

Disclaimer: The source of the wealth should not be questioned. If you’re rich, you’re rich.

1. She has a Piggyvest account

This is the ultimate sign that a Nigerian woman is rich. She actively uses piggyvest to save her coins dollars. Check a Nigerian woman’s piggyvest to know her net worth. All that safe lock, target and flex dollar features were designed to keep a Nigerian woman rich.

2. She never checks price tags at the store

When you’re at the mall, there is always that fancy-dressed Nigerian woman with a full cart. Usually, she’s alone or with an assistant you might mistake for her friend. Her cart is always full because she has lost touch with price tag reality. She sees it, she wants it, she gets it.

3. Restaurant bills don’t faze her

She goes to fancy restaurants and orders food with names that cannot be pronounced. You know those tiny meals that a single plate cost more than the Nigerian minimum wage and they’re usually just smeared on the plate? That’s the kinda meals she likes to order. When the bill comes, she doesn’t excuse herself to the bathroom and tries to escape, she pays with her gold card.

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4. She has rich friends

The rich like to hang out with themselves so she definitely has rich friends who do rich things. All her friends have gorgeous-sunlight-reflecting skin and human hair of the highest grade. They like to match colours when they step out to get drinks. White paint on their toes, manicured fingers, perfumes that literally smell like air-conditioned dollar mint, and outfits that cost more than federal university tuition in Nigeria.

5. She lives alone

She stays in some cute apartment by herself with a little dog. The ones that live with other girls are usually not as rich. The ones that live with their parents are RICH-RICH with a hint of dependency. Therefore, the ultimate test of her wealth, in this context, is living by herself in some fancy estate.

6. She drives a nice car

Having a nice car is high maintenance. If you see a Nigerian woman cruising in some nice car, just know she has money. With her large expensive shades on and her butt on a pillow so she can see her front well. These women don’t joke.

7. Multiple passports

If you see a Nigerian woman with more than one passport, hold her legs and don’t let her go until she blesses you. Dual citizenship is a plus if you’re Nigerian and she knows this (gotta have a backup nation in case one spoils.) *Stares at Nigeria*

Bonus: She sells Kayan Mata on IG

You know a Nigerian woman has blood money when she sells pussy flavouring package on IG. You will be surprised at the number of women who buy kayan mata packages and it’s not cheap. So, it’s basically semi-rich Nigerian women making another Nigerian woman very rich. It’s a cycle that sustains itself.

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