Tuesday, April 16, 2024

School fees for all children in National Schools to be paid via e-Citizen

School fees for all kids in National Schools will now be paid via the e-Citizen platform. This is the latest set of payments to be consolidated under the pay bill 222222 by the government.

According to a circular that has been sent to all principals of National Schools by the Permanent Secretary for Basic Education Belio Kipsang, the schools have been asked to provide details of their bank accounts to facilitate the onboarding process.

“The directorate of e-Citizen in partnership with the Information Communication Technology Authority (ICTA), Ministry of Information, Communication and the Digital Economy and the National Treasury have been coordinating the onboarding of all government services onto the eCitizen platform to enhance service delivery,” the circular by PS Kipsang says in part.

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“As part of compliance with the requirements it is directed that parents/guardians make fee payments for their learners in your institutions through this platform.”

The school heads have been asked to submit their information before February 6, 2024. Among the required information is the school’s bank account name, number, branch code and bank code.

“Please ensure that the aforementioned information is submitted to the Office of the Director General, State Department for Basic Education not later than February 6, 2024, on email [email protected] and copy to [email protected].”

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