ICT Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru was at hand for the registration of Mzee Daniel Moi's registration to Huduma Namba.
CS Mucheru and his team were seen in a photo taking the former President through the process at his Kabarnet Gardens home in Nairobi.
The former President was registered as the exercise concluded its second-last day of mass registration.
Huduma Namba registration targets 40 million
According to Interior CS Fred Matiang'i, the exercise will be closed on Saturday May 18, 2019 without the possibility of an extension.
CS Matiangi's Monday statement indicated that 31 million people had already registered and he projected about 40 million Kenyans will have registered by close of the exercise.
Extended queues were witnessed in various parts of the country in the last week of registration as Kenyans tried to beat the deadline.
Prominent personalities like former journalist Janet Mbugua on Friday questioned the fixed deadline, wondering what action would be taken for those who did not meet the deadline.
"Still on my #HudumaNumber rant; what happens to people who are admitted in hospital, either sick or have just had a baby or any other reason? People who can’t come from abroad? People in rehab who are committed? I may have missed it but what happens to them? " she questioned.
In one of her earlier tweets she remarked: "One of the biggest hoaxes of our time - #HudumaNamba. The worst part is, those that don’t register are likely to face a ton of road blocks as they try to access various services in future. It will happen. ID, NHIF, NSSF, PIN, Passport...no reason why these aren’t enough. Annoyed!"