The police arrested two Nigerian men and two local women in Cape Town last night after they organised a sting operation .
Western Cape Hawks spokesperson, Robert Netshiunda, says police started the investigation after receiving complaints from victims of an online dating scam last year.
They are the people you will say “Know what’s up.” They are Guys who have mastered the art of flirting. A typical Port Harcourt man will promise to marry you.
I don’t know about 30% of them, but I believe 70% of them are shy and very caring.
He is not saying he doesn't love you; he will make you think the ladies are the one after him. So long you are not a virgin, you are not the village girl that has been kept for them, they won't attempt to fall in love with you.
There’s the adage “A dog never rejects Bone.” This describes a Yoruba Man. (Bother their ladies and Guys) if anyone tells you something along the line you later found out it was a Lie; and it leaves you wondering if you were charmed into believing it. They will Love you, but will also accommodate as many as their heart can accommodate.
They know they got no chance with you, but will try anyway. I know a number will certainly find it difficult to belong.
For example, they will tell you they want you to be their girlfriend (BLUNT), but they don’t have money to take care of you (BRAVE). You certainly are “All Weather.” Call yourself Cross Breed!
We found them with computers, and on those computers there are hundreds of profiles that they use on online dating.Back then I didn’t have the emotional maturity for a serious relationship.I will never forget her smile when she looked at me with her beautiful big eyes and said I learned a lot about Nigerian women and about myself from this experience. I mean, the definitions of third base and fourth base vary. She was way too religious for that…I told you that you would be screwed without this guide.You would probably tell a girl from the north of Nigeria that you are Catholic and wonder why she doesn’t reply.Religion is a very important part of the Nigerian society. I mean, she wanted to, but her religious belief was strong enough to resist the temptation…until one night where I was the one who had to be strong enough to prevent her from doing something she would regret.