Disappointingly, the few that are available tend to date and marry people of other races usually to get legal status.’ Again due to lack of trust for western-based African women who are generally perceived to be arrogant, argumentative, disrespectful, non-submissive and dishonest or unfaithful, other men go to look for women partners in their various home countries.
Tribalism/Ethnocentrism: Some African families have “blacklisted” certain tribes and/or countries, and would just not tolerate the idea of their children getting married to someone from these “blacklisted” societies.
He was begging me to get people to stop harassing him, it was hilarious.'However I didn't want to help him, hopefully now he will think twice about doing it again.
Why are many African women abroad now seriously looking for husbands or serious partners? Of the 25 women who agreed to be intensively interviewed, 15 were single, 5 were in serious relationships, and 5 were married.
25 out of the 150 initial respondents, then willingly and confidently provided profound information on single African women abroad.
Quite disappointingly, only 150 out of the 244 women approached did respond to the initial questions.
To understand and unlock these and other puzzling questions, Emmanuel Sarpong Owusu-Ansah, a lecturer and an investigative journalist in London, conducted a survey on 244 African women, married and unmarried, aged between 21 and 40 in England, UK.
He was eventually forced to delete his account.'Mr Walker has exposed dozens of the conmen with his pranks and has developed a reputation among his friends for his online antics.
In June last year, he hit the headlines with a similar prank in which he got revenge on a con-artist by pretending to go along with their dodgy 'business venture' over dozens of hilarious messages and even persuaded him to agree to a dinner DATE.
Many African men also prefer women who have legal status that they can benefit from; hence, they tend to get married to westerners rather than Black African immigrants.
The words of a respondent say it all: ‘The truth of the matter is, we do not have a very wide selection of African men to choose from as we (the single women) outnumber them (the single men) in this country.
He even had help from his elder daughter who put make-up on him, pictured After Mr Walker posted the images of their conversation online, the self-declared religious pastor was bombarded with hundreds of prank messages from other Facebook users and ended up begging him to tell people to stop harassing him.
Mr Walker, from Newcastle, said: 'I was inspired to start doing this because I have a good friend whose mother unfortunately fell victim to one of these scammers and she lost thousands of pounds.'Unfortunately lots of people do get stitched up by these conmen.
But he was subsequently banned by Facebook for 'breaching the firm's anti-bullying policy'.