Forty years ago, President Idi Amin made an announcement which shocked the world.
He forced tens of thousands of Asians to leave Uganda.
It was a country they loved, a country they called home.
Jyotsna Atara was 16 years old when her family left Uganda for England.
She has fond memories of East Africa.
But the peace and tranquility they enjoyed came to an abrupt end.
They were given just 90 days to leave.
At first, no-one could believe what they were hearing.
At the time, there was panic and fear.
Ranju Modha was 12 years old when her family left the country and eventually settled in Leicester.