Twenty-six years on his martyrdom, Fr. William Nyandru stands as an example of love and self-giving for the mission and a true son of St. Daniel Comboni. I came to know Fr. William Nyadru, a great missionary priest who offered his life for the growth of Christian faith in northern Uganda, when I was a young student in Moyo. I was born and brought up in Fr. Nyadru’s Moyo district into a South Sudanese family that had become refugee during the long 21 years of civil war in Sudan. As we went to the church in Moyo mission we walked by a cemetery, which is located 20 meters away from the main road, and heard of a young, holy and dedicated priest, a ma’di, who was killed in Karamoja, Uganda. I heard the same story being told over and over again without realising that this Fr. William Nyadru was a Comboni missionary. Later on, when I joined Kajo-Keji Pre-Postulancy for my initial training to become a missionary in 2013, some 21km away from Fr. Nyadru’s home, I read his name on the list of the Comboni martyrs. I acclaimed very fast: “I know him and where he is buried”! Since then I have wanted to know more and more about him. In 2016, already in the Postulancy, I came across a book written about his life from the time of his missionary formation to the day he offered his life for the people of Uganda. William Nyadru was born on 23 March 1960. He joined the Comboni missionaries and was ordained priest 20 August 1988 in Moyo mission and martyred three years later on 25 October 1991 in Labwor, Morulem Parish of Kotido Diocese, Uganda.