Kenyans can now apply for marriage certificates via e-citizen, according to Julius Bitok, the principal secretary for immigration and citizen services.
Speaking at the workshop’s conclusion on Friday, Bitok urged Kenyans to take advantage of the 5,318 services available on the e-Citizen platform.
Marriages are one of the services that have moved online. If you want to get married, you can now apply for a marriage license from the convenience of your phone, attend interviews, and obtain your marriage license online,” added Bitok.
According to the PS, digitizing marriage documents will increase government revenue.
This is fantastic news for Kenyans, especially those from remote communities who had to spend weeks in Nairobi waiting for the marriage certificate to be processed.