The information will include news, events and online payments and will be relayed on the website, www.nairobi.go.ke. "This is another intervention to enhance service delivery to my people. All the investors and visitors will be able to access information on business permits, land rates and the different tourist attraction sites in our country," Kidero said.
Speaking during the launch at
The project was incepted in April, when the
"This is another pillar of our road map that will enable citizens to apply and pay for transactions and get receipts within the portal in a more convenient manner," Mueke said.
He said the platform will provide the government with a valuable mechanism to gauge the expectations of the citizens with respect to service delivery. This comes days after the county launched an electronic payment system. Mueke said the system now yields Sh2 million a day to the country's revenue.
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