Public Service, Performance and Delivery Management Cabinet Secretary Moses Kuria has hinted at introducing fees for services offered at Huduma Centres.
Kuria who was speaking to the media on Monday after taking over his new role at the Ministry said the move will ensure that Huduma Centres become self sustainable without depending on the National Government.
“Our Huduma centres have been a popular source of government services for so many of us, and we must make sure they become self sustainable without depending so much on the National Treasury. What of introducing a small fee for services offered? What of providing private sector services at a small fee? Venturing into E-commerce?” he posed.
The CS also spoke on a wide array of issues that he intends to implement in his new docket to align with the vision of President William Ruto.
He vowed to have a microscopic eye on all projects done in the country, and also relieve President William Ruto of the task of following up on the progress of government projects.
“On Delivery management, I will have a microscopic view on all projects done in this country be it National or County Govt’s. We have no time to waste and everybody must be ready to work extra hard to make sure all these projects are completed on time. No time for laziness. I’ll henceforth relieve the President the task of following up on progress of the government’s projects and move around this country ensuring all is well,” CS Kuria said.
He also promised to re-engineer the National Youth Service (NYS) to lead a great transformation in the agricultural sector, revive manufacturing and incarcerate the culture of patriotism, which he said will be a tool of hope and discipline for youths.