My name is Chinyere Njoku. I am Igbo . . . I am here to bring other DNA tested African descendants that have learned their ancestry back home. It is our responsibility to make sure that we connect with our family, to learn where we come from . . . We know how to get there. We just didn’t know where to go to.

So whenever our Igbo sisters and brothers begin the DNA test, and you match our DNA, that means that you are my cousin, you are my uncle, you are my auntie. And now all you have to do is point me in the right direction because we are coming home.