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Moi caught up in last minute rush to register for Huduma Namba

Former President Daniel Moi on Friday registered for his Huduma number at his Nairobi home at Kabarnet gardens.

The former president’s registration was witnessed by ICT Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru.

Baringo Senator Gideon Moi was also present.

In the capital Nairobi, long queues were witnessed at Huduma Centres, with one at GPO being among the longest.

The line had coiled more than thrice by 8am and police officers had to intervene to maintain order.

“The line is not moving at all. We have been since 5am and I feel like giving up,” Ms Njeri Njambi, 25, told the Nation.

In Kahawa Wendani, residents woke up as early 3am to avoid the long queues but many were disappointed.

“We were here a few minutes to 4am, with our children who have had to miss school,” Mr James Kiprop told the Nation.

“It’s almost 8am and the clerks are yet to arrive yet the centre should open at 6.30am. It’s unfair.”