Following an announcement by DR.Kibicho yesterday saying that Huduma Namba is back the government has decided that it will begin circulating Huduma Namba cards before the end of June one year from now, as per Interior Principal Secretary Karanja Kibicho.
At any rate 37.7 million Kenyans enlisted for the cards.
Kibicho told a parliamentary advisory group yesterday that the individuals who neglected to enlist — around 10 million Kenyans — will get an opportunity to do as such during the subsequent stage. A few Kenyans opposed the enrollment during the main stage in April and May a year ago.
Recently, Kibicho said they are as of now confirming and combining information of the individuals who enlisted before giving the cards.
He said information for the 14 million Kenyans who have enlisted have just been ‘cleaned’ and blended, anticipating settling.
“We have been coordinated to do another period of mass enlistment. Kenyans who passed up a major opportunity have a chance to enroll,” the PS told the National Assembly’s Committee on Delegated Legislation at a Nairobi lodging.
The information that have been cleaned and combined catch Kenyans’ subtleties on the National Health Insurance Fund, Kenya Revenue Authority, the National Social Security Fund and in the public recognizable proof cards.
The program confronted various difficulties, including dread from Kenyans.
The PS said the administration chose to go for Huduma Namba cards subsequent to understanding the Kenyan recognizable proof cycle and issuance of legitimate archives had been invaded by crooks.
“We have prepared an extremely close security report that will be difficult to fashion. It has a chip that stores all the information of the individual who has enrolled for Huduma Namba,” he stated, and included that around 90 fingerprints specialists are associated with the progressing cycle of combining information.