law to start listing of Kenyans’ DNA

Listers,

The government is now free to collect data on Kenyans’ DNA and physical
location of their homes including satellite details during registration of
persons.

This follows President Uhuru Kenyatta’s approval of amendments to the
Registration of Persons Act that has included the two to the list of
requirements needed at the national people’s registry.

Adults applying for documents such as IDs will be required to provide
additional information about their location, including land reference
number, plot number or house number.

The ministry is also seeking to introduce Global Positioning System (GPS)
coordinates in the registration of persons, enabling the tracking of their
location via satellite.

More here <The government is now free to collect data on Kenyans’
DNA and physical location of their homes including satellite details during
registration of persons. This follows President Uhuru Kenyatta’s approval
of amendments to the Registration of Persons Act that has included the two
to the list of requirements needed at the national people’s registry.
Adults applying for documents such as IDs will be required to provide
additional information about their location, including land reference
number, plot number or house number. The ministry is also seeking to
introduce Global Positioning System (GPS) coordinates in the registration
of persons, enabling the tracking of their location via satellite.>

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