The Krio are people with a unique history and tradition. Their ancestors, the first colonists of the Peninsula on which Freetown stands, were black people brought to Africa from London, Nova Scotia and Jamaica, and ‘Liberated Africans’ freed from slave ships intercepted on their way to the Americas. Never a large group, the Krio people were at first favored subjects of the colonial rulers, and received the full support of the evangelistic and educational outreach of the English-based missionary societies. Soon afterwards they had produced an elite echelon of professionals, academics, clergymen and business entrepreneurs very much in the white man’s image.


TheHistory of The Krios: A Land Mark In West Africa” is a unique, comprehensive video documentary that is the result of the coordinated collaboration efforts of “Team Krio (Production Team), Cotton Tree Foundation, Computronics MultiMedia, the Krio Descendants Union Global, the British Chamber of Commerce-SL & Salone Jamboree.


This video documentarywill bear witness to the instrumental role that the Krios have played in West Africa and across the sub region and it will explore the History, Religion, Culture, Language and contribution of notable Krios, their credibility worldwide and will preserve the history of the Krios.


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