Kenyans will from next year get new digital identity cards with special features and personal details, which will make it easy to travel and conduct business. Immigration PS Maj Gen (Rtd) Gordon Kihalangwa yesterday said the procurement is underway. The ID will have NHIF, NSSF, KRA and driving licence details. “Uganda and Rwanda are also in the process of introducing the new-generation ID and this will make it easier to travel and conduct business across East Africa,” Kihalangwa said.
A student from Coulson Boys Secondary School, Nakuru, is fighting for his life after a fire gutted the institution in a suspected arsonist attack. Thirty students were injured, two seriously, following the Saturday night inferno that affected more 100 studentsPolice and the public had a hard time containing the fire that burnt down the dormitory. Students lost all their personal effects. According to one of the shaken student, the fire started near the door of the dorm.
A student of Coulson Boys secondary school is fighting for his life after fire gutted the institution's dormitory in a suspected arsonist attack. The student was rushed to KNH for specialised treatment following the Saturday night incident that affected over 100 learners. Thirty others at the private school, which has been temporarily closed, sustained minor injuries. Police and members of the public had a hard time containing the fire that burned down the dormitory.
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