African Royal DNA Project

African Royal DNA Project is a partnership between Roots to Glory Tours and DNA Tested African Descendants.

This project is designed to assist Africans in the Diaspora whose ancestors were forcefully removed from the Continent an opportunity to return to their families. This project will use DNA technology to test Kings and Queens as well as family members living in Africa with the purpose of re-connecting them to their rightful homes.

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS

You must take an Autosomal DNA test at 23andme.com , MyHeritage.com , Ancestry.com or FTDNA.com to take advantage of the FREE service

You must upload the DNA raw data of your Autosomal DNA test to www.Genesis.Gedmatch.com . (Read the terms and conditions of all websites BEFORE using them)

You MUST agree to our privacy statement of understanding. This includes not posting kit numbers, names email correspondence etc in any social media forum.

HOW TO FIND DNA MATCHES IN THE AFRICAN ROYAL DNA PROJECT

Register at www.Genesis.Gedmatch.com. (If you already have an account at www.Gedmatch.com , use your same login credentials. No new account is needed)

Upload the DNA Raw data to www.Genesis.Gedmatch.com Wait 24 to 48 hours for the data to process

Log into your Genesis account and click on YOUR Genesis kit number that will be in blue letters to the left of your name. It will have 9 characters, starting with 2 letters. (ex. GJ1789098)

Look at your list of DNA matches for the following email RoyaLDNA@DNAtestedAfricans.org

You MUST then conduct a One to One Comparison to make sure the Centimorgans ( CMs ) are 7 and the SNPs are 700. They MUST meet BOTH requirements to be confirmed DNA match.

Send a screenshot of the comparison along with an introduction email to
RoyaLDNA@DNATestedAfricans.org

ADDITIONAL OPTION

You can help us as we help you.
Send an email to RoyaLDNA@DNATestedAfricans.org to request assistance.

Nonrefundable, tax deductible donations are accepted for one on one services. Donations help with travel and admin expenses that are used to gather the DNA from Africa and conduct naming ceremonies.