The government has opened a Huduma Center in Bomet Town, Bomet County.
Speaking during the ceremony, Public Service, Youth and Gender Affairs Cabinet Secretary Sisily Kariuki said the centre will offer a platform for residents to efficiently and effectively access up to 66 government services at a one stop shop.
The Bomet Huduma Center adds to the growing number of such centers in the country that aims at transforming and easing public service delivery to Kenyans.
The center opened its doors on Friday, a move that will see residents now able to access government services right at their door step.
The services offered include application of National IDs, renewal of driving licenses, birth certificates, Helb loans, Affirmative action funds and various business licenses among others.
The Cabinet Secretary added that since the first Huduma Centre was inaugurated at Teleposta Towers in Nairobi City, the government has rolled out 47 Centres with a further 5 to be commissioned soon.
On her part Bomet Governor Joyce Laboso urged Bomet residents to make maximum use of the one-stop shop to get services they require.