Meru Huduma Centre is among the centers in Kenya that will benefit from additional public service delivery through the Kenya Accountants and Secretaries National Examinations Board (KASNEB).
KASNEB is the body responsible for preparing and administering examinations for diplomas and professional certificates in secretarial courses.
Speaking to KNA, Meru Huduma Centre Manager Mr Peter Mutiso said the service will be a game changer for those who had to travel long distances to have their issues addressed.
He further said that the staff who will be delivering the services at the premise had already been identified and were ready for the job.
He said that the first meeting had already been held with the expected staff members to discuss some logistics pertaining to the delivery of the service.
“We are expecting the deployment of the staff members in two weeks’ time,” Mr Mutiso said.
He said that services such as inquiry, registration, and administration of examinations are among the services that would be offered at the facility.
Mr Mutiso added that the examinations will be administered in the months of June and December every year.
“We will be able to tell the charges when the service delivery starts officially and the body brings their service charter,” he said.
He also reminded the residents that the centre is usually open from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm and that they should take advantage of the time extension to have their issues addressed.
By Dorcas Kawira/Juliet Muthoni