Former Majority Leader in the National Assembly and Garissa Township Member Of Parliament Aden Duale has failed to hide his frustration with the Government. Disgruntled Duale want the National Assembly to investigate why people in the Northern region of Kenyan and mostly those residing in Garissa and Wajir counties have not been issued with National Identification documents.Report Courtesy: Nation Media
Duale has decried the manner in which residents of these areas are going to be left out in case of government Service. According to Aden Duale this is infringement of human rights and wants the parliamentary committee to investigate why the people from these areas have been left out despite having even enrolled for Huduma Number cards. The Former National Assembly leaders of Majority call comes at a time when the country will be going Into the ballots in less that 16 months. And ID card being of of the documents for anyone wishing to take part in a democratic process, these people are likely to be left out in exercising their Constitutional rights.
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