25 year old Roy is gunning for the post on an ODM ticket and believes that the young people (of Kenya) are still being denied adequate representation in the places where power is exercised, from Parliament and local councils to businesses and voluntary organizations, and he plans to break through this strong hold that has long been a preserve of a chosen few.
We first saw Roy in productions such as NTV’s Higher Learning as well as Faith Happens and Africa Mwanamu, and then the experienced thespian went behind the camera to direct primarily documentary films in the Kakuma Refugee Camp, one of which won a Kalasha Film Awards nomination.
‘I’m a humble and hard working guy who stands for what he believes in,’ Ogolla told Actors.co.ke. ‘People say that I am always controversial but they mistake that with being realistic. Ignorance has made people not to want to know or be told truth.’
Mr. Kohadha has consistently been very vocal about issues that affect both the film industry and good governance in Kenya, a fact that made him stand out and want to make a change.