Sierra Leone is a small country found in the west coast of Africa. It has a population of seven million five hundred thousand people bordering Guinea and Liberia. The country is rich in mineral resources like gold, diamond, iron ore, and bauxite. It’s also rich in fish, green vegetation and water. Sierra Leone has two main seasons, rainy (May-October) and the dry season (November-April). Its official language is English because it was colonized by the British, but the widely spoken language in the streets is Krio or broken English.
Its citizens (Sierra Leoneans), are resilient. They have suffered from war, Ebola, mudslides and now Covid-19. But still, they are always full of smiles. If you looking for the pride of West Africa with beautiful beaches, hills, mountains and the Atlantic Ocean, think Sierra Leone.