But they feel their ambitions have not been realised and. are wary of their media portrayal as high achievers, Rina Valeny, a researcher at the University of Wales at Swansea migration unit, told the Royal Geographical Society yesterday.
Idi Amin expelled nearly 30,000 in 1972,allowing them to take only pounds 50. About a quarter are now self-employed, running businesses such as shops, petrol stations, accountancy practices and import-export firms. But Ms Valeny said they aspired for their children to become professionals such as doctors, dentists and lawyers.Reuse content