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Chemutai Goin Quitting Citizen TV for Govt Job

Chemutai Goin Quitting Citizen TV for Govt Job

Renowned journalist Jane Chemutai Goin, who has been a prominent figure at Citizen TV for almost ten years, is resigning from the media organization.

Gossipa2z has received consistent information indicating that the political reporter has officially submitted their resignation and is scheduled to depart in early March.

According to our informant, Goin is scheduled to commence her new position as the principal media relations officer at the office of the National Assembly Speaker, Moses Wetangula.

Despite our attempts to contact the journalist, our endeavors proved fruitless as she did not return our calls or respond to our text messages.

The reporter has gathered close to ten years of media expertise, commencing as an intern at KTN and gradually advancing through the various levels of the media industry.

She was employed at Capital FM and had a brief period at Media Max, the owner of K24 TV, before her tenure at Royal Media Services.

Throughout her career, Goin has played a crucial role as a significant political influencer, gaining recognition for her extensive coverage of the General Elections in 2017 and 2022, presenting information in both English and Kiswahili languages.


At Royal Media Services, Chemutai serves as a writer covering political and health news for the Citizen Digital platform.

Throughout her ten years of expertise, Goin has garnered various honors, including a Presidential Award presented on June 1, 2020, during Kenya’s Madaraka Day festivities.

Goin’s exit creates a significant gap at the TV station owned by RMS, following the departures of her former coworkers Sam Ogina, Francis Gachuri, and Raquel Muigai.

In March of the previous year, Gachuri departed from Citizen TV to assume the role of Head of Communications in the Ministry of Interior, which is led by Cabinet Secretary Professor Kithure Kindiki.

Approximately during the same period, Ogina abandoned the station and transitioned to the role of a senior communications officer at the Parliamentary Service Commission (PSC), stationed at the National Assembly.

Chemutai Goin Quitting Citizen TV for Govt Job