Kenyans will be able to access new government services through Huduma Centres, according to the State Department of Public Service.
Mrs. Mary Kimonye, the State Department of Public Service’s Principal Secretary, made the announcement on Tuesday at Meru Huduma Centre, where she was visiting to assess the level of service delivery and examine conformity to Covid-19 criteria.
The new services will include Huduma Namba issuance and registration, National Cancer Institute of Kenya services, and five pension services that would allow Kenyans to obtain services without having to travel to Nairobi.
PS Kimonye advised everyone to follow all MOH guidelines, get vaccinated, and continue to raise public awareness.
She encouraged Kenyans to pick up thousands of papers at Huduma Centres throughout the visit.
According to the Principal Secretary, the Meru Huduma Center still has 2895 duplicate IDs, 2553 birth/death certificates, 1101 driver’s licenses, and 40,600 uncollected Huduma Namba cards.
Service to the public PS Residents should use Huduma Centers to receive government services, according to Mary Kimonye.