The Indian photographer 'expelled' from Uganda by Idi Amin

In August 1972, tens of thousands of Asians were given 90 days to leave Uganda by then President Idi Amin.

Maz Mashru was born in eastern Uganda and was a photographer for a newspaper in the country.

He was sent to the UK with just £55 ($67) to look after him and his family.

Maz told us about his experience and like many Indians, he settled in Leicester, England.

Produced, filmed and edited by Ameer Ahmed