Limba Indigenous Religion seeks to provide a general introduction to the fundamental concepts of Limba culture and religious cosmology for students, teachers, religious leaders, and others interested in the cultural and religious landscape of Africa, and particularly of Sierra Leone. It is written in simple language for all to understand. Dr. Prince Conteh has written about the ethnic group into which he was born, with whom he has lived, and whose religious beliefs he has experienced. It is this background that gives credence and authenticity to his work. Here, he passes down with ease knowledge which will prove invaluable to readers and researchers. By the end of the book the reader will gain a broad understanding of the culture and religion of the Limba people and especially of "Kanu Masala" their supreme God, and his role among the people.