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Huduma Kenya resumes issuance of four services

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Huduma Kenya has on Friday announced the resumption of four services that were halted due to the coronavirus pandemic.

In a notice shared, they have pinpointed that some Huduma Centers will provide a specific service unlike how it was the cases before the pandemic.

Issuance of certificate of good conduct shall only be provided by GPO Nairobi, City Square, Eastleigh, Makadara and Kibra.

All centers will however be available to provide issuance of duplicate ID cards, issuance of birth certificate, issuance of police, and KRA services.

Those visiting the centers have been advised to ensure that they comply with the COVID-19 measures issued by the Ministry of Health.

” As you visit any Huduma Center to access services.Kindly observe the COVID-19 regulation set by the government.”

In March, Huduma issued a public notice saying they have scaled down their services to only two so as to contain the spread of the virus.

The two services were collection of identity cards and birth certificates already processed.Other services including KRA, CRB, NHIF and business registration, Kenyans were advised to use their online platform.


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