Under Kenyan law, any citizen who attains the age of 18 is required to have a national identification number which comes in form of a card. Commonly referred to as Kipande, the national identification confirms you are an adult Kenyan citizen. While seeking employment, Kenyans are always asked to produce good conduct certificates. This is a certificate showing your criminal records and indicated “Nil” on the backside in case you have no criminal record. This certificate comes at a cost of Ksh 1050 and some
The current identity cards will cease being used by 1st December 2021.This is according to ICT cabinet secretary Joe Mucheru. The Cabinet secretary has said that the issuance of Huduma cards will start in December this year. Kenyans will receive text messages on where to pick their cards depending on different regions. All Kenyans should have their Huduma card by 1st December next year. The IDs will stop being used then.The government has made it that all Kenyans including the children will have the huduma cards.
There are many historical houses in Kenya.Some of this houses have been transmitted to museums and others to commercial buildings.
In Kenya, all persons above the age of eighteen, must be registered by Kenya National Registration Bureau which was established in 1978. The Bureau then issues Identity Cards to such people. IDs are compulsory for her citizens. Identity Cards are vital for security, social economic and political development of the country. For instance through identification of Kenya citizens during voting. Such IDs, have undergone through a number of revolutions. In 1919 Kenyans were issued with "Kipande" that was used as tool