Kilifi county governor Amason Kingi has said the dream that the late Ronald Ngala for the coast region had must live on.

Speaking at an event in Kaloleni, Kingi said that Ngala had a vision for the Coast region but his dream was short-lived when he passed away after a grizzly road accident.

Kingi explained that the agenda of his party Pamoja African Alliance (PAA) was started by Ronald Ngala and wanted to ensure that Ngala’s dream is accomplished.

“Ngala saw problems facing coast region and wanted to ensure the future generations spoke as one voice. He was worried that people would not speak in one voice and this has come to pass as people no longer understand each other. If we come together as a community, we will ensure that Ngala’s legacy is accomplished” Kingi remarked.

Kingi said Ngala started Kenya African Democratic Union(KADU) to ensure he got national powers to defend the coast region.

He added that Ngala may be long gone but the power to continue with his legacy rested on the shoulders of the communities from the coast region,

“Since Ngala died the coast region has been shaky. Many like Karisa Maitha have tried to continue his legacy but failed. It’s our mandate to ensure the legacy goes on” he added.

He called upon the residents of Kaloleni to stand firm and be on the front line for Ngala’s legacy as he was born in Kaloleni.

 He warned that they will be problems along the way but it was time for Ngala’s dream to come true.

He remarked that Ngala died under unclear circumstances after an alleged road accident. He added that they would let go of Ngala’s death but they would his dream goes on.

He added that he had been one of those who had been brainwashed into believing that he could not make it in politics unless he joined big political parties.

He called upon the residents to believe in themselves even though they are small in numbers.

By Treeza Auma

Treeza Auma is a Digital Content Producer and founder of KTMN She is also Television journalist at Kenya News Agency and Leadership Accelerator at Women in News.

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