The creation of the Huduma Centres has been a great step forward for many Kenyans in terms of getting government services. A number of services are currently being offered at the various Huduma Centres around the country. Most of the major cities and towns such as Nairobi, Mombasa, Kisumu, Meru, Nakuru among others have the Huduma Centres especially at the Postal Corporation offices.
Currently Kenyans can get to apply for national identity cards, passports, birth certificates, driving licenses among others. The good news though is that Huduma Centres have now on boarded more services that Kenyans can access at their offices.
The new services include the registration for the huduma number and issuance of the huduma card. Huduma Centres will also offer support to cancer patients by offering services related to the National Cancer Institute of Kenya. This is an agency that works towards cancer prevention and control in the country.
Pensioners in the country are also a happy lot. this is because the Huduma Centres have now introduced a number of pension related services that they can now enjoy in their localities without the need to travel to Nairobi. Some of the services are change of pay point, claiming of returned pension, real time status confirmation for pension applications and claiming of dependents' pensions.
The news has been welcome by most Kenyans since the centres have played a major role in making it easy for them to access the services.
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