All this week we have told you the extraordinary story of Tonfanau - the North Wales community that helped hundreds of Asian refugees who were thrown out of Uganda by the dictator Idi Amin in the 1970s.
Azim Somani took on the role of head of the family at the age of 17, after his father became too distraught from the trauma.
We followed him as he returned to the camp with his son Shamir.
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