Renown Kenyan author Ngugi wa Thiong’o and his wife Njeri wa Ngugi were among the 50 Kenyans who registered for Huduma Namba at the Consulate in Los Angeles.
The Comparative Literature and English professor at the University of California Irvine encouraged other Kenyans living in the diaspora to register for Huduma Namba.
The registration in the diaspora began on May 6, 2019 and will close on June 20, 2019. There are a total of 154 KIEMS kits dedicated to register Kenyans in 54 missions all over the world.
“A Kenyan in the Diaspora registers by filling the data capture form online. A serial number is issued upon successful filling in of the form. This serial number is presented to a Huduma Namba Registration Assistant (RA) at any of the listed Kenyan Missions for capture of fingerprint biometrics, passport photo and identification document(s) to complete the registration process,” reads some of the guidelines in the Diaspora Registration Portal.