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Are There Still Decent Single Nigerian Ladies In The Uk?

I got disappointed, over three years ago, after a 4-year relationship that was packed with loads of exciting moments, with a girl I so much loved and was willing to die for (we had done the necessary things that would kick-start our match down the aisle before the bubble got busted). I've since moved on with my life and had resorted to remain single.

Now  I'm currently based in the UK, and family pressure on me to settle down keep rising. Unfortunately, I don't have the time to hang out as, at the moment, I spend 95% of my time on my research work in one of UK's top universities. Now I'm willing to settle down but I'm finding it difficult to trust a girl after my last episode, however, I believe I can love again. Moreover, my current research work can hardly give me the time I require and have, therefore, resorted to this means.

I'm from the eastern part of Nigeria, in my very late twenties, and 6 ft tall. She should be 22-27 years old, 5' 8" - 6' tall, and based in the UK but can be from any part of Nigeria.

If interested, please reply this thread or send me an email to: og.kcee@yahoo.co.uk.

Note: Please only genuine and serious individuals should contact me.

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The issue of relationship, has to do with first acceptance, which migrate  to tolerance. above all sacrifices have to be made  by both parties to get the best out of it. there is no perfect being on planet earth.

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Wish you best of luck but you can try asking any of your trusted Nigerian brothers so they can recommend something good for you.

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, have responded already

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Go and check your email and answer my question.

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Send me an email please if u don't mind. Thanx!

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Please if u don't mind can we keep that for a later day's discussion we may have in private for reasons best known 2 me? Thanx! Glad 2 knw we're 4rm same state.

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You didnt answer my first question. . . Go on answer that.

We are from the same state

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Do you have permanent stay in the UK?

Which state in eastern Nigeria are you from?

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Its funny your telling him where to pick up women, thats not a good start! Love lives in strange places, you will meet a girl like yourself by chance! Devils dwell in churches, i learnt that pretty badly! @op is that a question? or is it a joke?

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ovularia, i sent u a msg on yim

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Try Peckham Rye Lane too.Loads of nice nice girls, I met my ex very close to the cinema there.

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Hello Ebonyeyes,

I'm obviously spreading my tentacles including the local churches (but excluding pubs and party venues - am not antisocial though) and other places where 'like-minded individuals' can be found, Thanx 4 ur concern.

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Have you tried the local churches around? Usually you will meet like-minded individuals there.

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You are so fat that I had to throw the rest of you in the bin.

Love for real.

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@ poster u sound like a good person. Too bad i'm not in d u.k!

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This chick where have u been hiding?

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back to reality

@post

yes there are decent girls in UK

and you are gonna find the right girl that is gonna return your favour

dont go with the pressure your family are putting on ya so you dont end up regretting life

just be patient and you are gonna find miss right at the end

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I know money will soon be changing hands, even daddy's PINs

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You r very correct! But come 2 think of it, no man has been created 4 every woman. May I also ask wot aspect of me you wud fancy? Don't also 4get tht change is inevitable - Flexibility has always been my watch-word

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This is not a matter of fear but of compatibility.

You are good for some women, but other women may not see themselves with you, because they fancy other aspects in a man.

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@Miss B and Chinesedoll: I'm sure my pix excerpt on Nairaland shuld do some gud,

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Non ti ricordi che ti ho venduta per non dover dividere il cibo con te?

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Notwithstanding, Kimberly is unisex see: http://www.thinkbabynames.com/meaning/0/Kimberly

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Thanx r231. Kimberlie is obviously not my name. I still don't mind being called Kim on NL, Cheers mate!

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sorry o MR KIM

not to cause anything

but is KIMBERLIE a dudes name

i knw pple use diff names on NL buttttt

i guess we call you KIM for short

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@OP

I am falling head over heel already. Catch me please before I smash my head on the ground.

Gbim!

It hurts

**sob sob**

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Here comes THESEEKER in Kimberlie form. Dont worry you're pressing the right buttons!

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I appreciate your opinions on this matter. However, we should all know that nobody is here to fool anyone. Please, it's a serious issue and should be taken seriously. Thanx 4 ur understanding.

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DO YOU HAVE ANY HOME TRAINING AT ALL FOOL!

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u sure sound like an overall okay person, i wish you good luck in your search

wait are you capable of mentioning and indeed understanding these words?

i have been indeed fooled

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And the stereotype along with the daft topics continue to pop out all day long.

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Thanks. Trust me, I'm looking into these options too.

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To answer your question simply, yes there are still decent single nigerian ladies in the UK.

I think you find what you need in the right places, while you might indeed score via this means - Nairaland, you should still look into trying in the physical world. Surely between your research, you'll have time for a little bit of you-time and you could invest that into meeting people. Friends would have other friends you could be introduced to, you could run into people at bars, pubs, museums, stations you get my drift. With dating, i believe the best option is always to be on the look-out.

Goodluck to you on here however.

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Financial - I'm not extremely rich but have a steady income and can comfortably provide for myself and my future family.

Career - I'm on the right path and in the right place at the right time, and very optimistic about achieving my utmost career goal.

Emotion - I don't have any excess baggage - I'm single and very emotionally stable.

Please do ask specific questions, and l'll gladly respond. Or you could send them to my email.

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^^Oh yes, you have been fooled by your nosey ego. . .

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What have You to offer?

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