Thursday July 18, 2019 - Self-proclaimed National Resistance Movement general, Miguna Miguna, has protested a proposal by the Government to make Huduma Namba mandatory.
On Wednesday, the Interior Ministry tabled a bill in parliament that seeks to block Kenyans without Huduma Namba from accessing crucial Government services.
If approved, it will be compulsory for all citizens seeking Government services to be listed on the National Integrated Identity Management System (NIIMS) popularly known as Huduma Namba.
Sharing his thoughts on the Government‘s move, Miguna, who is in exile in Canada, accused President Uhuru Kenyatta of trying to deny Kenyans their constitution-guaranteed rights by making it impossible for citizens without Huduma Namba to vie or vote during polls.
"Despot Uhuru Kenyatta is not just desperate and plans to turn Kenya into a private slave estate of the Kenyatta and Moi families; he intends to vitiate all constitutional and legal rights including voting and vying for elections using the Huduma Namba," Miguna wrote on his Twitter page.
The Kenyan DAILY POST