If A Nigerian Woman Shares Any of These Things With You, She’s in Love with You

March 24, 2022

Nigerian women hold certain things dear to their hearts. If by some chance they share any of these things with you, it means they love you dearly. Don’t fuck up. 

Food

Nobody should be surprised that this is number one because we all know that Nigerian women don’t play when it comes to food. You can’t even say you want to take a bite out of their food without them throwing hands. People that will eat their food and eat your own join? If a Nigerian woman now shares her food with you, it means she loves you so much she can even take a bullet for you. 

Skincare products 

Do you know how expensive skincare products are — Especially in this Buhari economy? If a Nigerian woman shares her skincare products with you, hold on to her tightly because it’s very hard to find that kind of love anywhere.  

Clothes 

Asides the fact that they also cost a lot of money, Nigerian women are very attached to their clothes — whether they’re wearing them or not. If they share any of clothes with you, whether to wear and give back or to keep, know that she cares about you. 

RELATED: Why Women Need to Stop Stealing Their Men’s Clothes

Their Address

It takes a lot for a Nigerian woman to invite you to her house. A Nigerian woman’s home is her safe haven and doesn’t let just anybody have access to it. So if you get invited to her house, just know you’re on a different level of special. That doesn’t mean that you show up to her house anytime and anyhow sha. 

Friends 

Nigerian women don’t like to share their friends. They believe they’re the only ones who should be friends with their friends (I don’t even understand how that is possible, but okay). So if they let you get to know their friends beyond “hello/hi”, count yourself as important. 

RELATED: 8 Types of Female Friends That Always Ask for Advice

Netflix Password 

And any subscription service that allows multiple accounts. One of the ways to know if a Nigerian woman really likes you is if she adds you to her Netflix account. The moment you mess up, she changes her password and removes you instantly. 

Money

A Nigerian woman give you money??? If it’s not jazz you used to make her do that, then she definitely loves you. Don’t let her go. 

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