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[SIZE=7]Ruto Issues New Order Over Huduma Namba [/SIZE]
[li]By MARK OBAR on 27 January 2023 - 12:39 pm[/li]
A person holding the new Huduma Namba Card unveiled on Tuesday, October 20, 2020.
President William Ruto on Friday, January 27, gave a new order to his ICT CS Eliud Owalo over the stalled Huduma Namba project launched by his predecessor Uhuru Kenyatta.

While addressing a delegation at Data Protection Conference in Nairobi, Ruto ordered government agencies to actualize Huduma Numba within the next twelve months.

In particular, the Head of State asked ICT Cabinet Secretary Eliud Owalo to put in place systems and structures that will ensure that Huduma Namba project is a success.

“The Huduma-thing that never was must be a success. It’s not the work of the government to issue identification numbers, it is the work of the government to identify the citizens,” Ruto affirmed.

At the same time, Ruto chided former President Uhuru’s administration for not succeeding in the project.

The project was initiated during Uhuru’s regime in order to harmonize approaches that seek to address duplication of efforts and to cut costs in registration processes.

However, Uhuru’s flagship project seemed to have stalled just months before the 2022 General Election.

The Huduma Namba project began with the consolidation of data from primary population registration agencies to the national data management departments in the government.


Through Executive Order No. 1 (2018), former President Uhuru Kenyatta established the National Integrated Identity Management System (NIIMS) program whose mandate is to manage Kenyans’ identification structures.

“The purpose of this initiative is to create and manage a central master population database which will be the ‘single source of truth’ on a person’s identity,” the Ministry of ICT explained on its website.

Huduma Namba Cards are being distributed in Nairobi

NIIMS database is configured to run information on all Kenyan citizens and foreign nationals residing in Kenya and to serve as a reference point for ease of service delivery to the people of Kenya.

The initial attempt to consolidate Kenyans’ data was conducted in 2005 when the government initiated the registration of persons in the country.

[I][B]John Mutungi
As if you, Ruto were not part and parcel of the Uhuru administration… instead you were all over campaigning for 2022.
The work could not be done by Uhuru alone perse.

Sammy Kipsang[/B][/I]
But you fought very hard to scuttle the noble idea. Doublespeak… it is bad if someone else is appreciated but good when it’s you’re gaining.

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The most shameless and lying politician in Kenya.