Sierra Leone

homecoming Pilgrimage 

Freetown

Bunce Island

Banana Islands

Tiwai Island

Turtle Island

Tokeh Beach

Gola Forest Reserve

Bo Town

number 2 beach

Chimpanzee Sanctuary

Culture

Sierra Leone hosts a population of 6,312,212 individuals. The Temne and Mende are the two largest ethnic groups residing in the country. Other ethnic communities include the Limba, Kono, Loko, Fullah, Mandingo, and others. Although English is the country’s official language, the Mende and the emne are the principal vernacular languages spoken in the south and north of the country, respectively. Krio, an English-based Creole language is the first language for only 10% of the population but understood by nearly the entire population. Nearly 78.6% of the country’s population is represented by Muslims. Christians account for 20.8% of the population.

5th Annual Homecoming Pilgrimagde

Sierra Leone 5th annual homecoming pilgrimage at April 20th 2022 to May 3rd 2022 complete package available including Airfare, Hotel, Excursions, Meals, Transportation and many more.

Services

Airfare

Shuttle Ferry

Hotel Accommodations

03 Meals

Cultural and historical excursions

Traditional Sierra Leonean cuisine

Night Life

Naming Ceremony

Passport ceremony with president Bio

About Us

Sierra Leone is the only country in Africa offering people from the diaspora an incentive to come back to the land of their ancestors . Through African Ancestry DNA testing a person from the diaspora can attain Sierra Leonean citizenship if their DNA is a match with one of the 16 tribes within the borders of Sierra Leone. My name is Rakin Khaliq aka Ndapie Kailie and through African Ancestry DNA testing , I discovered that I’m 99.7% Mende and I received my Sierra Leonean citizenship back in January 2021 , and since then I have decided to be an ambassador for The Republic of Sierra Leone. Please don’t hesitate to contact me so I can help you navigate the homecoming Pilgrimage and citizenship process. Hope to see you in the motherland family!

About Us

Sierra Leone is the only country in Africa offering people from the diaspora an incentive to come back to the land of their ancestors . Through African Ancestry DNA testing a person from the diaspora can attain Sierra Leonean citizenship if their DNA is a match with one of the 16 tribes within the borders of Sierra Leone. My name is Rakin Khaliq aka Ndapie Kailie and through African Ancestry DNA testing , I discovered that I’m 99.7% Mende and I received my Sierra Leonean citizenship back in January 2021 , and since then I have decided to be an ambassador for The Republic of Sierra leone . Please don’t hesitate to contact me so I can help you navigate the homecoming Pilgrimage and citizenship process. Hope to see you in the motherland family!