The long awaited government platform that digitizes the payment for government processes like, passports, and so and so forth is finally online. The eCitizen: Apply for Government Services Chap Chap is now online and ready for business. Kenyans with access to the internet will be able to access the system, create accounts and pay for the specific service they need.
As shown above Kenyans will be required to enter their ID number and First Name as indicated on their National IDs. To complete the account creation process on eCitizen: Apply for Governnent Services Chap Chap, a Kenyan will need their National ID, a valid e-mail address, a working phone number and a profile photo.
To create your account you will need your National ID, a valid email address, a working phone number and your profile photo.
Login, find a service, fill in the relevant application forms online, make payments as instructed and submit your application.
Receive real time alerts on the progress of your application via SMS and email. Download and print your permit from wherever you are.
Below is a screenshot of the entire page. Kenyans are encouraged to apply for their accounts so that they can automate the process of acquiring Government Services and paying for them, thereby reducing the time it takes to receive your documents.
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