Dating them could be a little challenging if not used to African men, but with some understanding, love, respect, and some home cooking, you will do just fine. I'm a sweetheart, music junkie, hopeless romantic, a sister, a friend but most importantly a chick with a whole lot to say.
I'm letting everything out of the bag from the point of view I know best, my own!!
So please do not be fooled by men with the shirt and tie syndrome as some don’t earn much or earn at all. The ‘I love you’ twe twe guy These guys earn a standard Ghana wage and meet up with you for the first time/date and before you have even said how you like to spend your time, they are telling you how much they love you. This throws me as I believe love grows, Im sure you can love things about a person but don’t see how you can be IN love with them after 2 minutes together.
This is how Ghana love is, beware as I believe this is used a lot as they think thats what ladies want to hear so they will ‘know’ the guy is serious, you will give yourself to him then when you call him the following day he doesn’t pick up the phone or picks up to say he’s mad busy and will call you back…which of course never happens. The ‘royal oats’ guy This guy is a guy who wants to sew his ‘royal oats’ for one reason or another, he seems like someone you can get serious with.
The popular actress’ post read, “A lot of Ghanaian men have much to learn in the art of ‘wooing’ a woman” “Most [of them] don’t know how to take a girl on a date, if they do it’s always “food” which automatically turns to love” she said.