Local Voices 006: The history of Mama Nagi's


As Indian descendants, Mindi Keane and her family were forced to flee Uganda in 1972 at the behest of dictator Idi Amin, who ordered the expulsion of the country’s Asian minority.

On this week’s episode of Local Voices, Knocklyon resident Mindi Keane details her experiences and the history behind the award-winning Mama Nagi’s – the multi-generational authentic Indian pastes and sauces.

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