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Nigerian Men Romantic When They Haven't Tasted the Honey Pot - Fashion Stylist

Pearl Chidinma Ogbulu, an established businesswoman has spoken about the unromantic nature of Nigerian men who could be fickle-minded.
                                                             Pearl Chidinma Ogbulu

Nigerian Fashion Stylist, Pearl Chidinma Ogbulu, has in a recent interview given the only reason Nigerian men become romantic..

According to her, they are romantic when they haven't had s*x

Read excerpts from the interview with Vanguard below;

After your degree in Economics why is fashion styling the next option for you?

For me, fashion has been my way of life. It has been my culture and I knew it was the next thing for me as I needed to embed my ideas into other people.

How does it feel to have recently won the Face of Candid City Stylist award?

It feels very timely. I feel very joyous, elated and advantageous. Experience over the years has shown that easterners hardly encourage educating the female child.

How were you able to achieve a degree in economics with this age-long challenge?

I personally think it is a very primordial and ancient way of thinking. The world has gone past that now. Women are almost the most highly educated humans.

Check the ten most educated people on the planet. There’s a woman with a high IQ of over 200. Also, how I was able to achieve this was self determination, considering the family that I come from. 
Contrary to your recent audacious declaration that you have never dated a man that is good in bed, during an interview with Broadway TV, how would you describe yourself?

I will describe myself as inventive, productive, with integrity, industrious, and very emotional.

What pisses you off about the Nigerian culture?

Nothing pisses me off. I get so emotional being a Nigerian. Our culture is multi-ethnic and so are our people.

I cherish every moment and every piece of our culture. This is my heritage.

What’s the role of s*x in a romantic relationship?

I think it connects and helps you bond whilst creating a sense of happiness, giving you a better self esteem.

You once said you like to be ‘Old School’ when it comes to romantic issues. Would you say there are still romantic men in Nigeria?

Men in Nigeria are only romantic when they haven’t tasted the honey pot.

Can a woman change a cheating man?

Variety they say, is the spice of life. Once a woman can bring various interesting spices to the relationship, he would have no where to go.

So, Yes! There’s a woman out there who can change a cheating man.

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