Earlier today, interior Ministry PS Karanja Kibicho presided over the launch of the Huduma Namba’s National Integrated Identity Management Systems pilot programme at the ACK Nyandarua Faith Academy.
Really!!! 30 days for 40 million Kenyans????
Thought 30 days was for the pilot project first,!!!??
— Beatrice Karugo (@CiruKarugo) February 18, 2019
A project that will see foreigners also get registered and children from 6 years, while launching the project today in Nyandarua, Kibicho noted that all citizens and non-citizens will have to register ad once it becomes operational, those who don’t possess it won’t have access to government services.
We are headed to an age of number stamps on our individuals. The global health cover is already taking phase, soon bila NHIF you can't be treated. #HudumaNamba is here again. Maannn, I am getting abit uncomfortable with these things
— Mr Bett (@KPdotKE) February 18, 2019
However, below are the requirements one needs to have in possession in order to get registered ID, Birth certificate or Driving license – One must be present at the registration centers for Biometrics at Chief Camps country wide.
This exercise will run for 30 days in 15 counties including Nairobi, Uasin Gishu, Kajiado, Baringo, Marsabit, Embu, Makueni, Busia, Nyandarua, Kiambu, Kilifi and Tana River.