September 18, 2021

23 thoughts on “Why African descendants are moving to Africa

  1. if we talk about African queens..we talk about sisters like Rene.Tifanny banner.. African tilgress..juliet…and many more..u guys hope hope all African in diaspora can listen to the massage ur sharing with them..what you guys ur saying is real.. the real south Africa channel. wode maya
    . guys what this sisters and brothers are saying here.. is real.. never ever doubt… Africa is home 100percen..i know what they are talking about.. is real. not a dream.. go there. and see it yourself..

  2. I would like to know if the question was ever asked , WHY DID THE EUROPEANS MOVE TO AFRICA IN STRATEGIC PARTS OF AFRICA . BUT AFRICANS WOULDN'T DARE ASK THEM SUCH A QUESTION. SO HOW DARE YOU ASK AN AFRICAN WHY HE CAME TO AFRICA. Hello!

  3. Thank you Rene that was so beautiful and touching. You are a true African sister. Please keep helping and sharing the culture with us. You will never know how much you are changing life for the people of the diaspora. Your willingness to share on so many levels is very appreciated for such a time as this. Please keep up the great work. Peace and love sis

  4. Rene , where are your manners , it is polight to answer it or give the questioner that's poligntnes in saying your feelings.

    When you e been given a question

  5. It is estimated that the 2017 population of African immigrants to the United States was about 2.1 million.[20] According to the Migration Policy Institute, as of 2009 two-thirds of the African immigrants were from either East or West Africa.[21] Countries with the most immigrants to the U.S. are Nigeria, Egypt, Ethiopia, Ghana, South Africa, Somalia, Eritrea, and Kenya. Seventy five percent (75%) of the African immigrants to the U.S. come from 12 of the 55 countries, namely Nigeria, Egypt, Ghana, Ethiopia, South Africa, Kenya, Liberia, Somalia, Morocco, Cape Verde, Sierra Leone and Sudan (including what is now the independent country of South Sudan), which is based on the 2000 census data.

  6. My DNA is mostly Nigerian, Mali and Ghana with a great percentage of Central and Southwest Africa. I’ve lived in America all of my life but have always embraced Africa as my home even though I’ve never been there. Thank you Rene, much love! ❤️

  7. Rene, it as bin prophesied that all the people who taking by the European out of there motherland. Ethiopia as slave will be returning whiter he or she believe it Rasta Man say so

  8. Why Rene…why are you making me cry? Thank you for your words they are really encouraging. I visited the continent for the first time in 2019 (Ghana) and when we walked out the airport I literally burst into tears. I was so overwhelmed, it was the best decision that I ever made. Sierra Leone and the Gambia was meant to be our next destination in 2020 but CORONA threw a spanner in the works. God willing we will make the journey soon. In the meantime I am stuck in NW London..

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