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Byline: Ephraim Kasozi
At 80 years, Mr Jethalal Pandya is no longer the sprightly businessman who took his first steps in business from Masaka District before the 1972 expulsion of the Asian community from Uganda by then president Idi Amin.
Mr Pandya cannot walk by himself anymore so he is moved from one place to another in a wheelchair.
But that did not stop the octogenarian from joining another 31 Ugandans of Asian origin who returned to their country of birth - some for the first time since they were expelled - for an unforgettable 14-day trip that started on September 5.
Uganda is our 'janma bhumi' (meaning birth place) and it is a great moment to come again and feel the goodness of our land," said Mr Pandya. …