The government through the the Ministry of Interior has began mass printing of Huduma Namba cards.
Kenyans who registered during the country wide drive will be notified through an SMS when and where they will collect their card as confirmed by the Ministry.
“Mass printing of Huduma Namba cards is underway. If you registered, you will soon receive an SMS notification prompting you when and where to collect yours.” Said Ministry of Interior.
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Insecurity in Kapedo
The news comes hours after the Ministry confirmed they are in hot pursuit of culprits linked to the murder of a senior police officer in Kapedo.
According to the Ministry, justice will be delivered irrespective of the time it will take to unravel the culprits involved in the murder.
“We’re in hot pursuit of the murderers of our senior police officer in Kapedo. It doesn’t matter how long it’s going to take us or the resources we are going to use, but we will ultimately get them.” Said Ministry of Interior.
The said officer was in the company of fellow officers when they were attacked by a group of youth taking an oath in Kapedo.
Two others sustained injuries as the Ministry strongly condemned the action of elders who were undertaking the exercise.
Speaking on Tuesday after meeting leaders from the region, CS Dr. Fred Matiang’i promised to embark on task that will write history in the country and bring lasting peace in conflict areas in the country.
“Following a meeting with elected leaders from Wajir, Isiolo & Garissa counties to discuss the conflict in the region, the national government will work with local elected leaders, elders & all stakeholders via a Peace Building Committee to find local solutions to the problem.
Immediate deployment of officers by NPSOfficialKE to mentioned areas of interest is underway. I urge all leaders in their different capacities to embrace dialogue & participate in the peace initiative for finding a lasting solution.” Said Dr. Fred Matiang’i.