Various Kenyans have continually lamented on the ongoing Huduma number exercise that is about to stop in the next 3 days.
Here are some of the sentiments:
If you genuinely don't have and is not planning to take Huduma Namba, let me know how many we are.
You may never know whom your new neighbour will be in Estonia after deportation by Kenyan government.
— King Fred Asira (@KingFredAsira) May 13, 2019
If Huduma Namba is optional, Why are people being declined passports under the claim that they MUST have the Huduma Namba? This is very illegal and against the Court order. It seems following court orders is only limited to few people. 🤔
— BRAVIN™ (@IamBravin) May 14, 2019
Tweeps when you tell them to register for Huduma Namba pic.twitter.com/BOIerDvULG
— Brembo (@allenochi) May 10, 2019
The Huduma Namba threats are becoming quite interesting as the deadline approaches. All the threats should be launched officially because there is so much confusion as to which one is genuine. 😂😂😂
— Wambui (@Waambui) May 10, 2019
We fear Huduma Namba registration systems are not safe, and will help hackers defraud Kenyans, as they will have access to medical and financial details as well as other personal details of individuals. It's been imposed on Kenyans,” they say. – @StandardKenya. #ResistHudumaNamba pic.twitter.com/1lQk903wc9
— Solomon Ambuku (@solo_ambuku) May 13, 2019
Let’s be serious one this… so, if you haven’t taken the Huduma Namba and no plans of its extension, how are new borns supposed to be registered? What about Kenyans who are out of the country on vacations? If it is a continuous process, why does it have a deadline?
— Janet Machuka (@janetmachuka_) May 13, 2019
We've built over 6100kms of road.
We have Sgr from Mombasa to Naivasha and will extend to Uganda. 55% of Kenyan households have been connected to electricity grid.
Our economy is currently growing at 6.3% and also, we've launched huduma namba to serve you better. pic.twitter.com/dAa0p3i3lc
— King Fred Asira (@KingFredAsira) May 14, 2019
Huduma Namba queues are getting longer with only 3 days remaining for mass registration. pic.twitter.com/5az2trkFfC
— Kenyans.co.ke (@Kenyans) May 15, 2019