Ministry of Interior on Monday 4th October launched the provision of national identification cards (IDs) and Huduma numbers to students in Murang'a County.
Headteachers from all secondary schools in the county have been urged by the ministry to ensure that all Students who have attained 18 years have applied for Huduma numbers and national ID cards.
The ministry also urged the headteachers from Murang'a county to ensure that all students who are above 18 years carry their birth certificate and their parents national ID cards to be used in the process.
This process is later going to be extended to all the other counties.
Huduma number is an essential document and soon Kenyans who don't have it will be locked from accessing some services.
This happened after the IEBC launched voters registration process nationally that is expected to go on for the next 30 day. According to IEBC statistics, more than 6 million new voters are expected to be registered nationally during this period.
Source: People Daily
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