Photo Courtesy President Uhuru Kenyatta has suffered yet another blow in its Huduma Namba project valued at Ksh10.6 billion following a Court of Appeal landmark ruling. This comes after an initial ruling in which the court rendered the whole Huduma Namba project illegal and invalid in its bid to replace the National identity cards.
The case involving Directorate of Criminal Investigation boss George Kinoti and Safina Party leader Jimmy Wanjigi has taken a new turn after the court of Appeal has made another major ruling. A three-judge bench today suspended a four-month jail term imposed on the DCI boss noting that Mr. Kinoti has an arguable appeal that should be considered by the court.
A three judge bench has declined government's decisions that sought powers to continue issuing Huduma Namba cards to Kenyans to replace national identification cards. The three judges ruled that the government is yet to provide a clear framework on the impact of its rollout to data protection policies hence the request cannot be granted at this time.
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PHOTO COURTESY The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) boss, George Kinoti, has been spared a fours month jail term. Reprieve for DCI boss George Kinoti as Court of Appeal grants orders for him not to serve the four months jail term pending ruling to be delivered on April 1, 2022.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has suffered a serious blow over the latest huduma number ruling by the court of appeals. In the ruling that was delivered by a three judge bench consisting of justices Agnes Murgor, Mbogholi Msagha, and Imana Ldaibuta, they said the government is yet to provide a clear framework on the impact of its rollout to data protection policies.
President Uhuru Kenyatta's government has suffered yet another blow in its Huduma Namba project valued at Ksh10.6 billion following a Court of Appeal ruling on Monday, March 7. The decision was delivered after the government sought powers to continue issuing Huduma Namba cards to Kenyans to replace national identification cards.