- The government hopes to make more than 5,000 services that were initially targeted for digitalisation.
- The digitalisation of services will make it easy to access services on eCitizen platform.
President William Ruto on Wednesday chaired the ID for Africa Conference in Nairobi.
The latest innovations in digital registration technology began with Kenya committing to reintroduce smart cards by September 2023.
The government hopes to make more than 5,000 services that were initially targeted for digitalisation and easy access available on its eCitizen platform.
Ruto said Kenya is among the earliest of its continents peers to establish a policy framework for data protection including comprehensive legislation and regulations to safeguard privacy and personal data.
"We're ready to execute our leap into a brave new world and become a fully-fledged digital economy," he said.
Leaders present included Interior CS Kithure Kindiki, Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja and Langata MP Phelix Odiwour among other leaders.