The ongoing mass registration for huduma namba came to an end on May 18, 2019 forming President Uhuru Kenyatta to extend the exercise by another one week following the long queues that were witnessed at the last minute.
The exercise is expected to continue up to Saturday May 25, 2019.
The government has in turn urged Kenyans to use the extended time to register to avoid the last minute rush.
H.E President Uhuru Kenyatta yesterday extended the deadline for the @hudumanambake registration. But you know that already. What you need to know though, is that you need to take advantage of the extension and register now! #HudumaNamba pic.twitter.com/DhScdX1HIB
— @HudumaNambaKE (@hudumanambake) May 18, 2019
But have you registered? Do you have a reason as to why you have not registered? Well, Narok Senator Hon Ledama Ole Kina has said that he has not registered for huduma namba, and he will not by any chance register despite the extension of time.
He argues that the court said it is not mandatory for one to register, but just a voluntary exercise.
Ledama Olekina on Huduma Namba: I have not registered and no way will I register. Wakenya wanasumbuliwa bure…the court said it is not mandatory! #DayBreak@SamGituku @Zindzi_K pic.twitter.com/UgpZxQuTe5
— Citizen TV Kenya (@citizentvkenya) May 20, 2019
What are your thoughts on the pressure the government is mounting on Kenyans?