Kenyans will always have something to say. The obviously angered netizens expressed their agitations over multiple threats on those who would not have picked Huduma Namba before its deadline.
On Friday, Tana River County Commissioner Oning’oi Ole’sosio warned that individuals who will not have registered for the Huduma Namba by the deadline date could be considered foreigners and a threat to national security.
Mr Ole’sosio said the registration is necessary to guarantee national security and ensure efficient delivery of services. He said that those against it had a hidden agenda.
“Last year after the abduction of an Italian volunteer by militia, we arrested one of the key suspects connected to the subsequent murder. He had an ID but when we forwarded it to the National Registration Bureau, we were told the owner of the document was deceased,” he said.
Angered Kenyans on Twitter went on to blast the claims some accusing the government of going against the court order.
Here are some of he reactions;
Deport me to Canada pls— Cereal Killa (@EricJowi) May 10, 2019
Mimi kwanza if there is deporting am not taking huduma.cant pay these chinese tax— kim Bo (@kimBOVILLE) May 10, 2019
You don't need the Huduma Namba for anything. Stop begging to have it. What's the desperation about?— Bobby (@Bob_Odhiambo) May 10, 2019
Your statement also looks foreign, between Kenyans and huduma number who found the other settled,— wachira jeremiah (@JeremoshWachira) May 10, 2019
I hope I get deported. I hope we get to choose whatever other nationality we 'are'— Klvn (@KelvinMathea) May 10, 2019
I will non take that huduma namba , am waiting for the government to deport me to a country of my choice. I will choose USA or Canada.— Wasonga Elijah (@WasongaElijah5) May 10, 2019
Explain to civilians the meaning of huduma namba first…things come pass even jubilee criminals will nolonger be head of state..— Juma Sylvester (@JumaSylvester16) May 10, 2019
This is data mining at its best. They were counting on Kenyans to give them their information without asking. They didn’t expect this sort of pushback and I’m loving it. This whole thing makes no sense, other than acquiring data for late manipulation.— Jemimah (@austin_jem18) May 10, 2019
These threats are unending, from Homabay to Tana River. They don't respect court orders, shameful lot— Atieno Okeyo (@Atis_Okeyo) May 10, 2019