The Kenyan government is to open Huduma Centres in Machakos county, providing residents with digital access to government services
Huduma Centres, which allow Kenyans to access government services by themselves through self-service kiosks, were launched by President Uhuru Kenyatta last year, with the first one opened at Teleposta Towers in Nairobi with government promising to open suchy facilities in each of the 47 counties.
The digitised centres are expected to improve efficiency in government delivery as well as have residents served with courtesy in line with the centers’ objectives.
Kenyans will need to key in their identification numbers to access their information from government databases.
“We are committed to transforming public service delivery via Huduma Centers. Coming soon,” said Devolution and Planning Cabinet secretary Anne Waiguru in a Tweet.