The government has on Wednesday confirmed that the second phase of Huduma Namba registration will begin in May.
Confirming the information was government spokesperson Cyrus Oguna who compared the to that of obtaining an Identity Card (ID).
Oguna urged Kenyans who did not register in the first phase to take advantage of the second phase set to start end of April with the dates set to be announced at a later date.
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The government had already confirmed the digital transformation of identity cards with the new Huduma Namba which will also see newborn babies allocated a number and will collect the card when they attain the age of 18-years.
Kenyans had questioned the government on the first phase and whether they were trying to gather information for election purposes. The issue of data security was also addressed with the government promising of a secured system.
Recently, the Interior Ministry announced mass production of the Huduma cards with those who had already applied set to be notified through an SMS.