Kenyans to Pay Fees for Government Services at Huduma Centers

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By Editorial Desk 1 Min Read

The Kenyan government is implementing a fee-for-service model at all Huduma Centers in order to generate revenue and alleviate pressure on the national budget.

Cabinet Secretary Moses Kuria stated that services such as driver’s license renewal, national identity card duplicates, and various registrations and assessments will now come at a cost.

Kuria emphasized that the public has been enjoying these services for free and it is time to introduce fees to support e-commerce and reduce dependence on the national budget.

The government also plans to expand the number of Huduma Centers by transforming post offices into government service bureaus.

The Huduma Kenya concept, launched in 2013, aims to enhance service delivery and efficiency through technology.

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