Igbo, Hausa and Yoruba, as the major dominant local dialects.
So when dealing with an Ibo man, make sure you don’t play with his wallet; therefore, if you guard his wallet for him, you will always be his best friend.
And this love for financial breakthrough is one of the things that make them very creative and ambitious in whatever they do in life.
And if you are a Nigerian guy reading this article, please, do not feel bad, I am only trying to assist people (particularly innocent foreign ladies) to enjoy a happy loving relationship built on true love. Nigeria to start with, is a country located in the western region of Africa, with over 140,000,000 populations as at the last census.
Nigeria is majorly a black African nation, blessed with numerous mineral resources, especially the black crude oil, found bountifully in the south-south, and south-east regions of Nigeria.
Note this, any shop, business, etc owned by a Nigerian in your country, go and find out, it is owned or founded by an Ibo man.
The above assertion is not just applicable in foreign nations alone, but also in Nigeria. An Ibo man always carry in mind his monetary gain or benefit in whatever thing he does in life- be it business, education, relationship, etc.It is this trait that earned Ibos criticisms from other Nigerian tribes, because in whatever they are doing, they are always conscious of what they would gain financially.To wrap it up, Ibo man is just similar to a Chinese man in terms of- money consciousness, creativity, and craftsmanship.Before I forge ahead, I would like to make a promise to all my readers (as usual) that whatever information I shall be revealing here, shall be based on zero partiality, prejudice or favoritism.Again, I want to stress again that I am going to be as honest as possible in disclosing some useful information that would assist all foreign ladies desiring to marry a Nigerian man.But if he is a Yoruba, then you need to find out his religion because in Yoruba tribe, there are majorly three dominant religions- Christianity, Islam, and Ifa. By history, Ibos are known for trade and little agricultural activities like farming with hoe, etc.