Abia State Ohafia Women: Why You Should or Shouldn’t Date, Marry Them (See Why)

Abia State Ohafia Women: Why You Should or Shouldn’t Date, Marry Them (See Why)

Ohafia is a local government area, located in Abia State. It is an Igbo speaking region, good people, with rich culture and brave Warriors.

I wish I could tell more about the Ohafia people in general, but I’m not gonna do that, let’s talk about their women only.

Ohafia women are beautiful, brave just like the men. They are fearless and secretive. Yes very inclined to conceal feelings and intentions and not to disclose information easily even at a gun point. They’ll rather die instead.

If you are dating an Ohafia woman, there’s 70% possibility that she will not marry you. She will dump you for her fellow Ohafia person. They are big time wasters and AMAKA, dem sabi disappoint.

Maybe because they practice matrilineal system just like Rivers State, in which a woman inherits property from her father’s home. Therefore, getting married outside seems like slavery to them.

An Ohafia or Abiriba woman would never get serious with a stranger as to marry him. If she does, it implies that she has depleted the family’s resources.

Oh I just mentioned “Abiriba”. Sorry I forgot to tell that Ohafia Local Government Area, is an administrative jurisdiction assigned by the Nigeria Government, which covers the entire Ohafia villages and other clans such as Abiriba and Nkporo, with its Administrative Headquarters at Ebem Ohafia.

An Abiriba man is restless and always on the move. When he is fortunate to
move up the ladder, he takes along somebody from his community.

What I’m trying to say is, dating an Ohafia woman with the hope of marrying her is a waste of time in most cases. They have similar lifestyles with the Anambra and Rivers women. To marry an outsider dey hard dem. They prefer getting married to foreigners instead.

I drop pen here.

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