Moses Kuria, Cabinet Secretary for Public Service, has defied President William Ruto. After being demoted to a less glamourous Ministry of Public Service, he continued to work as the Cabinet Secretary for Trade and Investment.
Kuria then established the Garissa County Aggregation and Industrial Park, which is overseen by the Trade and Investment Ministry.
Kuria declared during the launch that he will continue to serve Kenyans regardless of the docket assigned to him by President William Ruto.
He stated that after the restructure, he considered sending his Principal Secretary to Garissa.
However, after speaking with Garissa Governor Nathif Jama, he decided to continue his duty.
“As you are all aware, there have been Cabinet changes, and the governor called me yesterday to ask if I would still come to preside over the function.” I considered sending a PS, but he informed me that for such a momentous launch, I should be there. “I made the decision to come right away,” Kuria explained.
“Regardless of where we work, the government never sleeps and never stops working.” The Cabinet’s role is to help the president in carrying out his responsibilities. Now I’ll be working on the Public Service docket, where I’ll be in charge of service delivery and performance contracts. But even if I were assigned the Gender docket, I would perform admirably since all Kenyans require good service delivery.”
Kuria went on to say that after only eleven months in power, he has revolutionized the Trade docket, highlighting the establishment of 15 industrial parks as well as increased local manufacturing through foreign deals.
Following the reorganization, speculation arose as to who would preside over the industrial park’s debut, between Kuria and CS Rebecca Miano, who has taken over the Trade and Investment Ministry.