Nairobi is famously known for its high rates of fraud and crimes. This is as a result of high levels of unemployment and people have to earn some cash. For this reason, they devise new strategies each time to milk money from unaware citizens and life continues. Currently the the big fraud theme in town revolves around the Huduma Namba. Many people are losing money to strangers who pretend to be agents of Huduma Kenya.
The government started the roll out of Huduma cards to the residents in Nairobi. Before you pick your card, you first have to receive a notification message informing you that your card is ready. However, clever people have used this opportunity to con some people. They send false messages that inform them their cards are ready. After that they offer to deliver the cards at a given fee to their doorstep. Those who send the money end up Losing it all and never get to here from them again.
Before you make any decision after receiving the message, ensure that it has the following details: your full legal names, your ID number and a link. Use the link to check your point of card collection and if you want to change it, you can do it using the link. Be careful and avoid fraudsters. Share the message to others around you.
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