The primary purpose for setting Huduma centers in Kenya was to provide government services at no cost. Huduma centers started in the year 2013 and launched by his excellency president Uhuru muigai Kenyatta. The first huduma center was located along Kenyatta Avenue named Huduma Gpo. By the year 2021, there are almost huduma centers in each and every county where individuals get government services at no charge.
Recently, back in the year 2019, huduma Namba was also launched in Kenya where individuals were required to actively participate in the registration process which was being done country wide for free. Those individuals who participated in the registration process are now collecting their huduma cards across all the huduma centers. The government is set to roll out the use of ID cards which will be replaced by the Huduma namba cards.
Individuals with huduma numbers will be able to continue getting the following government services across all the huduma centers in Kenya.
1.Get Nssf services.
2.Get Nhif services.
3.Get tax compliance certificates.
4.Get Helb clearance certificates.
5.Apply for Police clearance certificates.
6.Apply for kra pin certificate.
7.Get birth certificates.
8.Apply for liquor licenses.
9.Renewal of driving licenses.
10.Kasneb examination bookings.
The above are some of the government services which you will get assisted with your huduma card once the original ID cards are rolled out at no charge.
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