How to Check and Track Your Huduma Namba Online

  • Interior CS Dr. Fred Matiang'i addressing the press on Wednesday March, 26
    Interior CS Dr. Fred Matiang'i Addressing the Press on Wednesday March, 26
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  • Kenyans can now check and track the status of their Huduma Namba cards online. 

    Government Spokesperson, Col. Cyrus Oguna, on Tuesday, August 17, said that Kenyans can check the progress of their Huduma Namba cards by logging onto the Huduma Namba website, 

    The users can log into the site via confirmation. hudumanamba . go. ke

    On logging onto the site, Kenyans can then input their National Identification Card number to receive the pertinent information. A pop-up message will then show the printing status of the card, the collection status, as well as the point of collection of the card.

    In a statement seen by Kenyans.co.ke, Oguna stated that 6,003,144 cards had so far been collected.

    Government Spokesperson Cyrus Oguna addresses a press conference at his office in Nairobi on January 4, 2020
    Government Spokesperson Cyrus Oguna addresses the media at his office in Nairobi on January 4, 2020
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    Oguna disclosed that 9,154,184 Huduma Namba cards have so far been processed and dispatched to various points of collection. 

    The High Court had earlier bastardized 23 laws that included Huduma Namba, Cybercrimes law, and NGCDF, and allowed the Senate and Parliament to consult and validate them before July 29, 2021.

    The Huduma Namba was, however, given a lifeline on July 26, after the Court of Appeal extended the judgment on Huduma Numba to November 5.

    The extension came as a reprieve as it was ordered two days before the lapse of the extension given by the High Court last year.

    Earlier in June, the government warned Kenyans after a poster circulated on social media alleging that the government was using fake phone call numbers to call Kenyans and later steal their money from M-Pesa accounts. 

    The government cautioned Kenyans from falling prey to the scam targeting unsuspecting residents.

    The Ministry of Interior also clarified that the identification numbers are free of charge and no Kenyan should pay any money at any point. 

    According to the Government Spokesman, phase two of Huduma Namba registration will be announced soon to allow Kenyans who missed out on phase one to register.

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