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As one Ghanaian respondent mentioned: ‘There is this guy who loves me so much ….
I love him too, but I know my parents will be gutted and disappointed in me if I tell them that he is from … I’m just scared.’ Spending Prime years pursuing educational and Career goals: It might sound quite harsh, but one revelation made is that the best moment for most women to get suitable partners or husbands is when they are in their Prime.
Consequently, they ignore those who are genuinely in love with them but are not very financially sound or do not have strong legal status.
In the end, they are taken for a ride by the so-called wealthy dudes and men with legal documents, and thus return to what Nigerians call “square one” (where they were before – singleness).
The words of a respondent say it all: ‘The truth of the matter is, we do not have a very wide selection of African men to choose from as we (the single women) outnumber them (the single men) in this country.It has been observed that most African women, no matter how financially sound they are, seem to prefer men with good jobs and good salary to those doing menial jobs or struggling to get jobs, even though the latter might demonstrate more traces of genuine love than the former.Unwillingness on the part of some men to be burdened with financial responsibilities: Due to the economic downturn in many western countries, many men are scared of the usually huge financial cost of marriage and/or financial responsibilities associated with marriage.Many highly educated African women have also been accused of ignoring interested men whose educational qualifications are below theirs; hence their singleness.The Desire to marry wealthy men or men with legal status: It has been established that many African women only look for men who are rich and/or have legal status.