The National Treasury and Planning Cabinet Secretary, Henry Rotich on Wednesday led his staff in registering for the Huduma Namba at the Treasury Building in Nairobi.
The National Integrated Identity Management System (NIIMS) exercise that is being carried out across the country will capture Kenyans’ data by use of biometric kits and help the government plan for better service delivery process.
During the Registration, Rotich urged the public to turn up in large numbers during the ongoing registration that began on March 18, 2019 across the country and will take 45 days.
So far, more than 8 million people have registered in the process countrywide that is targeting both local and foreigners.
The NIIMS will be used to establish a master population register that will be the only single source to identify any
person in Kenya.
After registration you will be issued with a Huduma Namba in order to access government services, including registration or renewal or replacement of National ID, Application for Passport, Application or renewal for driving license, birth certificate applications among others.
By Wangari Ndirangu