Last time, I told you eight things that make Igbo mothers top-tier. This time, I’m switching things up and sharing all the things that make Hausa mothers premium babes. So if you have a Hausa mother, here are nine reasons we’re plotting to steal her from you because, who doesn’t need a premium babe in her corner?
Hausa mothers are gorgeous gorgeous yarinyas (girls). If you’re dating any northern babe, go and thank her mum for that pointed nose and beautiful face you get to stare at every day.
2. Exquisite food
Hausa food requires an acquired taste, so if you’re not premium, you can’t gerrit. They’ve hacked the Nigerian plague of eba and rice everyday and switched things up foods like naman ridi (chicken garnished with sesame seeds) and tuwon acha & miyan kuka (rice and luru soup). If the gym isn’t working for you, just find a Hausa mother to feed you.
3. Relatives in politics
Hausa mothers only associate with the rich dears. For all we know, Hausa mothers are the ones running things in this country. If you know a Hausa babe, there’s always a governor, minister, or senator in their family.
4. Rice is never boring
Since Nigerians already eat rice five times a week, this is a hack we all need to learn. From tuwo shinkafa and miyan taushe, to stuffed savoury masa, a Hausa mother knows how to feed you rice, without actually feeding you rice every day.
5. Sexy accents
If you hear a Hausa mother speak, you might forget that she’s married and probably have kids your age. The Hausa accent is just too sexy and dangerous to be gifted to mere mortals like us.
Diamonds are a girl’s best friends and Hausa mummies are the girls involved. They’re not the flashiest people, but they know how to bring out the bling when it’s time to turn up. There’s always a jewellery box tucked away somewhere safe. If you have a Hausa mother this is a note of warning to hide her.
7. She’s the real material girl
Hausa mothers only attract the elite. There’s a tribe in Adamawa that requires suitors to fill up a set of boxes with everything a material girl dreams of: shoes, jewelleries, bags, and of course, money. So if you’re toasting a babe with a Hausa mother come correct, please.
8. Premium skin
I believe Hausa mothers soak themselves in gold before coming outside, because why do they glow the way they do?
9. Long hair
Northern babes and beautiful hair are like 5 & 6. Have you seen those babes from Borno with their curly baby hairs? Hausa mothers need to give us the secret in these genes their passing on to their daughters.