Online marriage services has been launched in Kenya at Sheira House-Nairobi in a bid to limit the spread of covid-19 outbreak and to get rid of human traffic.
State Law Office Chief Administrative Secretary Ms Guchu Winnie mentioned that all couples planning to get married will have to register the entire process through the e-Citizen platform.
‘From now on, there won’t be any more services conducted manually at the registrar of marriages as all services shall be available online.
‘We don’t want any couple physically appearing for services at Sheria House except if it is of a great importance, ‘she said.
The Kenyan government suspended marriage services in May after the clients stormed the registrar of marriage offices causing a problem on enforcing coronavirus measures whilst keeping services running.
Before coronavirus outbreak, over 400 clients were being attended to between the month of January to July and 600 clients from August to December season at Sheria House. 2,551 marriages were suspended after the closure in May 2020,’said officials.
‘After completing the online marriage services portal, the CAS added that couples will still be given a notice for approval after 21 days just as it was in the manual processing.
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