“I am in charge!” Confusion as 2 Ruto CSs Clash in Public


“I am in charge!” Confusion as 2 Ruto CSs Clash in Public

There appears to be a misunderstanding of roles between Public Service, Performance, and Delivery Management Cabinet Secretary Moses Kuria and his counterpart in Gender, Culture, Arts, and Heritage, Aisha Jumwa.

This comes after Kuria announced on Sunday that the government is developing a strategy to channel all music copyrights and royalties through the eCitizen platform.

Kuria suggested that there are ongoing efforts to revise the Copyright Act to establish a government-operated Collective Management Organization (CMO).


Just hours after the statement was published on X, Jumwa remarked that it is within her ministry’s jurisdiction to make announcements regarding the service, not Kuria’s.

While acknowledging Kuria’s eagerness to express his views, Jumwa stated that discussions are still in progress regarding “streamlining the industry,” and an official announcement will be made when the time is right.

“I like the zeal of my Colleague and Friend @HonMoses_Kuria and in the spirit of one gov’t approach, this opinion is valid. However, my ministry through the state department of Culture, Arts & Heritage is in charge and is working,” Jumwa wrote.

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“Once discussions are concluded, the ministry will pronounce itself on the next course of action. Asante.”

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“I am in charge!” Confusion as 2 Ruto CSs Clash in Public



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