Lobby sues Government to stop digital registration
SEE ALSO :Leaders query Huduma listingHe told the court that the law, assented to by President Uhuru Kenyatta on December 31 last year, unfairly locked out Kenyans who did not give their information from getting access to Government services. Awele observed that the law did not define what constituted personal information. “In essence, this provision permits the State to require from citizens all manner of private information, including DNA information, without their consent.” According to the State, NIMS should generate a unique identification number dubbed 'Huduma Number' for each person registered. Uhuru said no one would get access to Government services without the number.
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