Dr George Hussler and Rev Father Tobe Nnamani
Gabon 1970: A gift given to Dr Hussler by the Biafran children at "Village KM 11"
Rev. Dr. Hussler and Chief Joseph Mmeh
“Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all others.”
In April 1968, the survival of the nascent Republic of Biafra was hanging on the balance. After the fall of Enugu in September 1967, Biafran major cities continued to fall one after the other into the hands of the enemy. Consequently, what was left of the Biafran Secretariat consisted of a mobile van moved from one corner to the other. While major world powers watched with folded arms, debating on the proper interpretation and application of the principles of territorial sovereignty and non-intervention in the OAU Charter, the Federal soldiers continued their ferocious onslaught on the defenseless Biafran population. They rampaged, pounded, bombed and shelled villages and towns including hospi…