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Best Tribe to Marry as a Wife in Nigeria

You stumbled on this blog probably because you have dated enough and want to settle down and that could be the reason why you are looking out for the best tribe to marry as a wife in Nigeria.


We are in no way trying to promote tribalism. This article was documented majorly to satisfy the searchers intent, our findings are based on a survery we carried out

Culture has always been an important part of Nigerian society. It governs the way people live their lives. Culture encompasses many aspects of life such as language, food, religion, and ways of life. Nigeria is known as the most populous African country with over 300 tribes and ethnic groups.

This is the major reason why Nigeria is regarded as the Giant of Africa. In a recent article, we already mentioned some of the best tribes in Delta State.

Every Nigerian citizen is associated with a particular tribe and members of that tribe share some common attributes including marriage.

It is very uncommon in Nigeria to see parents insisting their children marry from their tribes, we have watched many of these scenarios in movies and have even witnessed real-life situations.

Even though civilization has influenced our culture in one way or the other especially in the aspect of marriage, some tribes still prohibit their children from marrying other tribes in Nigeria.

As a lady, If you have finally decided to settle down with any of your suitors and tie the knot, then you should check out some of the best tribes to marry as a wife in Nigeria. In that way, it will give you an insight how your matrimonial home would be like.

Best Tribe to Marry as a Wife in Nigeria

Best Tribe to Marry as a Wife in Nigeria

Still searching for the best tribe to marry in Nigeria?, below are some of the best times to marry as a girl in Nigeria. After going through this well-detailed guide, I am sure you won’t have to look further in the search for your perfect Man.

1. Igbo

Igbo Men are known to have a lot of money and at the same time producing the best husbands. In addition, Igbo men love women that have oil in their head. They love a wife that can help the children with their assignments. Completing your good looks with an intelligent head makes you a treasure in his eyes.

Igbo Husbands clearly understand the culture and tradition and what is expected of them in marriage and would sacrifice anything to keep their family sound and safe.

They are hardworking men who understand what it means to have a wife; prioritize family and do all they could to make sure their immediate family members never go poor.
To spice it up, Igbo men are good and creative business thinkers with the mindset of always establishing businesses and companies so as to get richer and richer day by day.
Most Igbos prefer training their children and wives to have a business of their own that they could count on rather than depending on one source of income.
A typical Igbo man’s wealth is measured through the wife. They are the real men who prefer their wives to wear the best wrapper and jewelry in town, they allow their wives to drive the best care possible because they want society to treat them with respect.
Igbos are very religious people and their preferred religion is Christianity, they have proven to be the 1st on the list of the best tribe to marry as a wife in Nigeria
One major concern with the Igbos is that they don’t support their children marrying from other tribes so it becomes very important for a girl to find out if the parents of her Man love and cherish her and are willing to welcome her into their family.

2. Yoruba

Yoruba men are very romantic and I can’t imagine any other tribe could possibly do it any better.

They can sweep you away with words, gifts, and actions and take romance and marriage very seriously.

Yoruba man likes to be real and be honest even though they cheat and do bad, however, they have a big heart, and the one that wanna take of the wife, do so with all he has.

Dating a Yoruba man requires a combination of art and science. Although dating and relationships in the Yoruba culture have moved on from what they used to be. Due to westernization, most people don’t hold on to the strict rules of culture anymore.

There has been a lot of compromise and adaptation to western trends. But no matter how much things are changing, some things are still very crucial and preserved when it comes to relationships. There are some things you must do if you want to keep Yoruba boys even in this new age.

Before settling down as with a Yoruba Man. There are certain attributes and characters you need to develop during the dating state that will enable you to have a prosperous marriage

  • Be attentive
  • Be very respectful
  • Learn to cook or improve your cooking skills (Yoruba people generally loves food more than anything)
  • Don’t be a dirty house, makeup and look attractive always
  • Learn to sing his praise, treat him like a king
  • Don’t keep male besties
  • Be prayerful

In a nutshell, Yoruba have one of the most romantic husbands in Nigeria, If you possess the aforementioned traits that make a good wife I am sure your home will be blessed.

Which State in Nigeria Has the Best Husband?

Which State in Nigeria Has the Best Husband

Below are some of the states with the best husbands in Nigeria.

  • Benue
  • Anambra
  • Imo
  • Lagos
  • Edo
  • Cross River
  • Enugu
  • Osun
  • Oyo

Love can be found anywhere anytime and in a hopeless place too. Having mentioned the above tribes which produce the best husbands it doesn’t mean you can not get a good husband elsewhere to marry.

Nevertheless, marrying a Yoruba or Igbo man does not automatically makes your marriage perfect, it requires commitment and sacrifices to make any marriage work.

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Conclusion: Best Tribe to Marry as a Wife in Nigeria

In conclusion, It will shock you to see that Hausa did not make the list of tribes with the best husbands, this is because their religion permits a man to marry more than one wife, I don’t think any woman would welcome the idea of becoming a second wife or even welcome a second wife.

Lastly, if you know any tribe that you feel should make the kindly comment below, and if your points are convincing enough I will have it updated. Thanks and regards.

Benjamin Targba
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