Government spokesperson Colonel Cyrus Oguna said that some of the Kenyans who have already registered for Huduma Namba may be compelled to undergo the process again.
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Col. Oguna, speaking in a press conference, revealed that those who may have unintentionally given wrong data will be contacted when the registration deadline closes.
“When the mass registration comes to an end on Saturday, what will happen thereafter is the process of cleaning the data; there will be some areas that the data may look same or maybe it was not entered properly,” Col. Oguna said.
“So you may have registered, yes, but in the process of cleaning data, then you’re found to have either given the wrong I.D (national identification) number or the wrong number of your birth certificate, then they would be communicated to go and register afresh,” he added.
Individuals contacted to register afresh will be forced to seek out their area Assistant Chiefs on whose doorsteps the process will be transferred.
He further advised Kenyans who are yet to register for the Huduma Namba to beat the Saturday deadline maintaining it will not be extended.
“The only problem with that – and that’s why we’re asking that all of us should be able to take advantage of this window before it closes because there will be no extension – is that the Assistant Chief will have other responsibilities so they’ll not give you a priority,” he added.
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