Interior CS Kithure Kindiki has on Monday made a surprise visit to the Directorate of Civil Registration Services (CRS).
According to the CS, the visit is meant to assess the efficiency of the registration of birth and death as well as get the experience from members of the public.
“Mid-morning suprise visit at the offices of the Directorate of Civil Registration Services (CRS) to assess the efficiency of the registration of births and deaths and to get first-hand feedback on the experiences of members of the public who seek these critical Government services.
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What has been your experience in registering the birth(s) and/or death(s) of your loved ones?” said the CS
Early in the morning, the CS met senior Immigration State Department officers including Principal Secretary, State Department of Immigration and Citizen Services Prof. Julius Bitok where they discussed matters to change so as to improve service delivery.
“Sustaining the momentum for radical changes to create efficiency, eradicate corruption and clear the historical backlog in the processing of passports remains a primary and must-achieve target for the Government.
Early this morning, held a progress, tracking and evaluation meeting with senior Immigration State Department officers, led by Principal Secretary, State Department of Immigration and Citizen Services Prof. Julius Bitok and Director General of Immigration and Citizen Services Evelyn Cheluget and later a walk-about assessment of the changing operational environment for our service delivery.” said Kindiki