Interior CS Fred Matiang’i on Thursday presided over the launch of the Huduma Namba registration for Kenyans living in the United States.
Matiang’i holds top level White House meeting as he takes Huduma Namba to the US
Details of Matiangi's mission in the US
The registration process is aimed at capturing the details of all Kenyan citizens for purposes of improving government services.
The CS launched the American registration drive while attending the Inaugural Bilateral Strategic Dialogue (BSD) in the US state of Washington DC.
Matiang’i accompanied Foreign Affairs CS Monica Juma for the BSD which discussed issues touching on terrorism and violent extremism, organized crime and civilian, cyber and border security.
While encouraging the US-Kenya relations and collaboration, Matiang’i the government was keen on fighting corruption and implementing the Big Four Agenda which he said would be done in a multi-agency framework.
The two CSs also met US President Donald Trump’s national security advisor John Bolton at the White House.
“Great meeting today with Kenyan Cabinet Secretary Juma. Building on the successful U.S.-Kenya Strategic Dialogue, we discussed ways to further deepen the already strong partnership on trade and investment, counter terrorism, and regional stability,” Bolton said in a tweet.
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