The government of Kenya under jubilee administration has pushed Kenyans to the wall with its agenda.
After it faced a big blow of low turn out in Huduma Namba Registration, the government has sought different measures to tackle defying Kenyans.
The controversial Huduma Namba was launched by Uhuru Kenyatta alongside NASA leader Raila Odinga on early April.
The court gave an order to register volunteering Kenyans and barred the government from taking DNA data and GPS locations.
After the first round failing, the government promised to revoke passports of Kenyans who will not participate in the registration.
As if that was not enough, the government through the communication authority has vowed to close all sim cards of Kenyans who will not have registered by 18th of May.
The Communications Authority Director General Francis Wangusi said that there will be dire consequences for those boycotting the process. These will include mobile phones, access to MPesa Service, Airtel Money, and ATM withdrawals.
This will be a major blow to Kenyans who depend on communication companies for transactions and daily activities.
Other Kenyans, however, see opportunity in every discomfort in the country. Like where will the loans that Kenyans owe to loan companies go?