Sudhir Ruparelia is described as the Richard Branson of Uganda. He left the country at age of the 16 when the dictator Idi Amin ordered Asians to leave. He told Central Tonight's Rajiv Popat that the expulsion deeply affected his family.
Since his return, Mr Ruparelia has varied business interests and employs more than six thousand people.
In 1972, President Idi Amin Dada said he had a dream in which God had commanded him to order Asians to leave Uganda. He gave them 90 days.
In 1972 tens of thousands of Asians were told to leave Uganda within 90 days. Some returned years later to rebuild their lives.
Forty years ago President Idi Amin made an announcement which shocked the world which lead to tens of thousands of Asians fleeing Uganda.