12 African Countries That Allow Dual Citizenship

Written by Lillian Mutiso

Beckham has previously visited the ebola struck region of Sierra Leone. (Photo: Reuters/Unicef)
David Beckham in Sierra Leone. Photo: Reuters/Unicef

Sierra Leone

In 2007, the West African nation officially adopted dual citizenship. The bill was passed as an amendment to the 1973 Citizenship Act, in November 2006. Under the amended law, citizens can retain their citizenship status or restore it if they had lost the status under the previous law.