By Mansoor Ladha

In Memoirs of a Muhindi, Mansoor Ladha bears witness to what occurs whilst countries flip opposed to complete non secular and ethnic groups.

When Ugandan president Idi Amin expelled Africans of Indian descent from the rustic in 1972, he unleashed an intolerance that trigger an exodus from the total area. In Tanzania and Kenya, companies have been nationalized, houses taken, humans careworn, and livelihoods upended.

Mansoor Ladha, who used to be residing in Nairobi on the time, needed to come to a decision no matter if to stick or cross. Canada turned his new home--where he chanced on huge good fortune, as did the remainder of the Ismaili community--while East Africa's healthy of bigotry merely left it behind.

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