Meet The Powerful Kenyan's Who Owned National Identify Card (ID) Numbers 0000001, 2 And 3.
Monday, 11th October 2021, Nairobi Kenya.
The current Kenyan National Identity Card's have been in place for several years now and upon their introduction, they were launched by the second President of Kenya, the late President Daniel Moi and his then vice president Mwai Kibaki.
Being the president, this made Daniel Moi the holder of the first National Identity Card' in Kenya and it was of ID Number 0000001.
This ID Number was first revealed publicly in a document that Moi was being mentioned in.
The ID Number 0000002 belonged to his vice president Mwai Kibaki and the ID Number 0000003 belonged to the then Attorney General Sir Charles Njonjo.
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