There are different types of marriage recognized under the Nigeria law. The most popular one is a court marriage in Nigeria.
Essentially, it can be said there four major types of marriage that can be conducted in Nigeria. These include the statutory marriage; customary marriage; church marriage; and Islamic marriage.
However, it is a common practice in Nigeria that a single couple may conduct at least 3 types of marriage together.
- Calabar men
They have 1 wife and 1 girlfriend but they love their wife more .
- Igala men
They have 1 wife and 1 girlfriend but they love their girlfriend more.
- Ibibio Men
They have 1 wife and 4 girlfriends but they love their mother most.
- Igbo Men
They have 1 wife and 2 girlfriends, but they love their daughters most.
They have 1 wife and 3 girlfriends but they love their neighbors wives.(especially ibadan Men)
- Ikwerre men
They have one wife and more than ten girlfriends but they love their females tenants most
- Ijaw men
They have more than four wives but only one lives with them, more than fifteen girlfriends but they love and date their friends daughter most.
- Urhobo Men: They have 2 wives and 4 free baby mamas and they are strict and very tough on all of the women. They love NONE.They see women as hand luggage that can easily be dropped when it becomes too heavy. They also prefer to Live alone in order to have their peace .They only love their “ogogoro water.”
And the best one. —
- Hausa Men
They have 4 wives and 1 girlfriend. But they love their cattle most.
Just for fun oo, no go take am serious.