The distribution of the issued cards among the youth has been a challenge as many have since changed their phone numbers.
The National Government Administration Office (Ngao) believes most of them changed numbers after borrowing loans from online platforms without paying.
The major hurdle has forced the administrators to team up with the community and church leaders to help in the identification of the missing individuals.
There is no way one can receive a message without sim card as it was said that who registered for the service will receive text messages from Huduma Namba and not the normal telephone numbers. Sum of 37 million Kenyans registered for the service during the first phase.
However, those who did not have no reason to worry as the government plans to roll out another registration exercise in anytime this year.
The Government has also expressed concern over the low response on the issuance of the cards, saying that out of 2.2 million messages sent, only 300,000 have been responded to.
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