Landowners in the country have been advised against leasing or selling land to African-Americans, Black British and Caribbeans living in the country.
The Minister of Lands and Regional Government Hon. Musa Drammeh said: "Don't sell your land to some of them."
He was speaking during the Meet the People Tour in Essau on Monday. The tour, which is constitutionally mandated, will last for 30 days during which President Adama Barrow and his ministers are expected to dialogue with the people.
During a brief speech, Minister Drammeh disclosed his ministry has been receiving reports of landowners selling land to Diaspora Africans without due process or carefully thought-out procedures.
He described the act as wrong, alleging that some of the Diaspora Africans are land grabbers.
"They claim to be investors, but some of them are land grabbers. They want your land. Before you sign any document, make sure you conduct a background check on them, " the minister advised.
He added: "If you give them your land with their name on all the documents, it may be very difficult to reclaim it in the future.
Drammeh also advised landowners to refer Diaspora Africans wishing to acquire land to relevant authorities, particularly his ministry and area councils.