Employees Without Huduma Namba Will Be Fired - Deputy Governor
Homa Bay County is set to fire all employees that will not register with the National Integration Identity Management System(NIIMS) for the Huduma Namba.
The Standard reports that the Deputy Governor Hamilton Orata revealed this at the county headquarters while he was registering for the same.
Orata went on to state that the county will use the data acquired through the exercise to audit its payroll. He added that anyone who will fail to register will be considered a ghost worker.
He went ahead to explain that the Huduma Namba will be used to eliminate people from the county payroll who might have used different names to fleece the county of funds by receiving double salaries.
“Any employee who wants to continue working with the county government must register for Huduma Namba. A person whose details fail to feature in the National Integrated Identity Management System (NIIMS) will be removed from the payroll,” the deputy governor declared.
Orata claimed that the county’s huge wage bill might be caused by the county having ghost workers thus the drastic measures.
Governor Cyprian Awiti’s deputy added that the plan will also remove deceased employees from the payroll to avoid billing the county.
On the same note, Homa Bay County Commissioner Irungu Macharia revealed that they have launched a mobile Huduma Namba registration desk in order to get as many people as possible with 1.6 million people being the target.
Macharia explained that they were taking the registration kit to health centers, learning institutions and trading centers.
The county commissioner encouraged people to register as the exercise was now flowing smoothly since the network issues that the faced initially had been solved and also enough forms provided.
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