eCitizen: Kenyan government services website, eCitizen, is currently down for maintenance. In a tweet, the Kenya Information Service (KIS) said that the website will be back up and running soon.
eCitizen was launched in January this year to provide citizens with online services such as taxes, licenses, land registries, and health records. The website suffered intermittent outages over the weekend, with some users reporting difficulties logging in or accessing certain pages.
Kenya’s eCitizen website is down
Kenya’s eCitizen website is currently down. This is the latest in a long line of website outages for the government-run site.
According to the website DownDetector, the site has been down for more than 12 hours.
Kenya’s eCitizen website was launched in 2015 to enable citizens to access government services online. However, it has been plagued by frequent outages and errors.
In October 2017, Kenya’s eCitizen website crashed during a live broadcast of the country’s president, Uhuru Kenyatta, addressing the nation.
Government services are now available through mobile apps
The Kenyan Government services website, eCitizen, is down. Citizens can now access government services through mobile apps. The mobile apps include the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) app, National Insurance Fund (NIF) app, and Social Welfare Fund (SWF) app.
The KRA app is available in English and Kiswahili. The NIF app is available in English, Arabic, Somali, and Kirundi. The SWF app is available in English, Arabic, Swahili, and Dholuo.
Citizens can now file taxes, apply for passports, and more
Kenya’s eCitizen website, which provides citizens with access to government services and information, is currently down. Citizens can still file taxes, apply for passports, and more through the website’s offline mode.
eCitizen was launched in March 2018 as a way to make government services more accessible and user-friendly for Kenyans. The website offers a range of services such as filing taxes, applying for passports, and more.
eCitizen experienced intermittent outages earlier this year, but the most recent outage appears to be more widespread. The website is currently down and users are reporting difficulties logging in or accessing the services.
It’s not clear what caused the latest outage, but it’s possible that it’s due to maintenance work or an attack. Regardless, citizens are advised to use the offline mode if they need to access government services during the outage.
The website will be back up in a few days
The Kenyan Government services website, eCitizen, is down.
The website is expect to be back up in a few days.
It seems that the Kenyan government’s website, eCitizen, is currently down. This means that many people are having trouble registering to vote or getting information about their polling stations. If you’re register to vote and have had problems logging in to e-Citizen this morning, please let us know in the comments below. We’ll be updating this article as more information becomes available.