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DCI: We Do Not Require Huduma Namba During The Application Process



Directorate of Criminal Investigations Headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya Photo|Twitter

So many questions are arising from governments huduma namba initiative. With some people saying the state institutions are demanding the namba to give you services.

On the forefront of the accusations was the Directorate of Criminal Investigations(DCI).

People had alleged that the DCI officers are demanding for Huduma namba for applications and renewal of Certificates of good conduct.

The DCI refuted the allegations and termed the claims as false.

They have clarified that its officers are not demanding from anyone Huduma Namba in exchange for the more important government service.

The DCI also urged Kenyans not to fall to claims it will only serve those who have registered for huduma namba.

The DCI tweeted this on their official twitter page:

They also went ahead and encouraged people to report any misleading material they spot on any online platforms.

The tweet came hours after reports emerged online From a Kenyan on Twitter under the username [@m_mugo88] alleging that there was no services for those who haven’t registered for Huduma Namba.

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Huduma Namba remains a voluntary initiative and the government should invest more is civil education rather than public scare drills.

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