Explain the contribution Ronald Gideon Ngala to the struggle for independence in Kenya
He mobilized the mijikenda into forming a pressure group – the Mijikenda Union
As a member of the African Elected Members Organization, Ngala Pressured for more constitutional reforms for Africans.
In 1955 he mobilized people from Mombasa to form the Mombasa African Democratic Union.
He was instrumental in the Formation of KADU to defend the interest of the minority African groups against possible domination by KANU. He became the president of the party.
Ngala and Mboya led the African delegation which attended the first Lancaster House Conference to discuss the independence constitution
He supported and called for the release of detained leaders
In May 1963, KADU under the leadership of Ngala formed the first independence government