Alma Rohm set sail for Nigeria in 1950 to teach in the Nigerian Baptist Girl’s School. Soon after, she began serving at the Baptist College in Iwo. During her 53 years in the country, she earned such respect that a Nigerian king even made her a chief. In 2000, she was the longest- serving Southern Baptist missionary in Nigeria, one of the International Mission Board’s oldest fields.

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