The Kingdom of Koya
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the Kingdom of Koya flag (1450-1898)

Praise be to Naimbanna
prayer to the gods of Koya
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King Naimbanna
Capital city Grand Cape Mount
Largest city Common Wealth
Official language(s) English
Official religion(s) Koyan Christianity
Short name Koyan
Demonym Koya
Government Constitutional Monarchy
- Grand Master King King Naimbanna reign (1680-1720) past down to the Prince
- Grand Prince Prince Naimbanna ll
Legislature Parliament
Established 1450
Area claimed 233miles
Population 300,000 (as of 1705 census)
Currency Gold
Time zone full moon
National sport gladiators
National animal Panthers
Internet Domain (proposed) .ex

The Republic of The Kingdom of Koya is a micronation history founded on the information​ given by historical documents .


The Kingdom of Koya was named by King Niger mother Koya Bai of the Koya tribe of india


Kingdom of Koya flag the second one ever made Welcome to the Kingdom of Koya Chief Kamakazi reign a crio from the Temne tribe his father is British whiteman,his mother is full Temne people. Chief Kamakazi annointed his son Niger Bai to be king of Temne people

The Kingdom of Koya (1450-1898), was a pre-colonial African state in the north of present-day Sierra Leone. Its capital was at Cape Mount in what is now modern Liberia. The kingdom was founded by the Temne ethnic group in or around 1505 by migrants from the north, seeking trade with the coastal Portuguese in the south. The kingdom was ruled by a king called a Bai or Obai. The sub-kingdoms within the state were ruled by nobles titled "Gbana". The Koya Kingdom kept and maintained diplomatic relations with the British and French in the 18th century. Children of Temne nobles were allowed to seek western educations abroad. Koya also traded with Islamic states to its north and had Muslims within its borders. Under Naimbanna's reign (1775-1793) the Koya kingdom signed a treaty, which made it possible for the establishment of British colony on the peninsula of Sierra Leone in 1788. Koya participated in the trans-atlantic slave trade, though sources state that such commerce was much more privatized than in other kingdoms. Subjects of Koya traded in slaves on the coast even against the wishes of the state at times. From 1801 to 1807, Koya fought a war with British colonists and the Susu. Koya lost the northern shoreline of Sierra Leone to the British and Port Loko to the Susu. However, they remained a power in the region. In 1815, the Temne fought another war with the Susu and regained the port. In 1841, the Temne defeated the Loko tribe of Kasona on the Mabaole River dispersing many of the people. in response to a British bombardment, the kingdom expelled the Church Missionary Society missionaries operating at Magbela in 1860. The kingdom became a British protectorate August 31, 1896 after which the Koya kings lost virtually all power. Revolts of the Temne and Mende in 1898 were fierce but futile. The British would govern the area of the former kingdom until 1961.

Government and politics

The Kingdom of Koya is a constitutional monarchy

Law and order

Laws was strict and very well put what kept order was the Bai rulers basically senators.

Foreign relations

The Kingdom of Koya traded with The British empire, Portaguel, and other nations.


The Royal armed forces had knights,rifleman,and swordsman and in 1695 were about 35,000 strong

Geography and climate

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The Kingdom of Koya is a wet and tropical land mass, it flourishs with milk and honey, there are lots of animals, an natural resources this land mass of Liberia and Sierra Leone is worth a net worth of 5 trillion dollars


The Kingdom of Koya traded: Slaves,gold,diamonds,chicken,and iron


The Koyan religion was the most out of the culture, there culture is made up of a power Bloc formation of holy Christianity and the devotion of meditation of Koyan arts.