In a sense, the ones who make it here are the ones who are willing to make big sacrifices to gain a chance at prosperity. They have a more balanced perspective Even if you’re dating a Nigerian Prince (we’ve all come across those, haven’t we?
In Zimbabwe, with its booming population of college students, there are no prizes for guessing the demographic where “all the money” is lying.
Chances are, you’ve already made an assumption about the nature of this post. This is not a post telling you to date an African man over an African-American man. It is about giving our motherland brothers a chance.
From my observations, local attempts at creating the Zimbabwean solutions suffer challenges that range from lack of maintenance, under-subscription, and technical inadequacy.
In Kenya, for contrast, those using the internet to find their better halves have many options, two of which are Date Me Kenya and Kenyan
Of course, you understand by now that this is a very subjective, yet fun, list.
Let us know what your experiences have been in the comments! They have good manners and a strong sense of chivalry – something that is quickly eroding amongst all our home-grown American men.
However, if Facebook and other major social networking sites are pulling it off, so can a dating app!
This should be primary focus group, for the simple reasons that internet use, social media use, and other aspects of digital occur as more “natural” to people in this group.
Poverty and civil wars plague many countries in Africa, giving many a more balanced perspective on life than most Americans who are used to a certain, comfortable standard of living.