How To Replace Lost NSSF Membership Card

This is a step-by-step tutorial for replacing a lost NSSF membership card. The National Social Security Fund (NSSF) was established in 1965 by an Act of Parliament, Cap 218 of Kenya’s laws.

The National Social Security Fund (NSSF) is a pension scheme to which every Kenyan with an income must contribute a percentage of his or her gross earnings in order to be guaranteed basic compensation in the event of permanent disability, basic assistance to needy dependants in the event of death, and a monthly life pension upon retirement.

The NSSF provides social security to all Kenyan workers, whether they work in the formal or informal sectors. It registers members, collects contributions, manages funds, processes claims, and finally pays benefits to eligible members or dependants.

How To Replace Lost NSSF Membership Card

The NSSF provides social security to all Kenyan workers, whether they work in the formal or informal sectors. It registers members, collects contributions, manages funds, processes claims, and finally pays benefits to eligible members or dependants.

What is required

  • National Identification Card photocopy (ID).
  • Kshs 200 is the fee charged for obtaining a duplicate card.

Steps to follow

  • Visit any NSSF office or Huduma Centre in your area. You can also search this website for all of the NSSF branches and Huduma centers located throughout the country.
  • If you visit the Huduma Centre, go to the NSSF desk and ask for help. The attendants or customer service personnel will direct you accordingly.
  • For verification, show your National Identity Card (ID). You may present your original ID or a copy if you do not have the original card.
  • After verifying your ID, the NSSF officer assigned to you will gather the necessary information and re-generate your lost NSSF membership card.
  • The procedure is instantaneous. Once everything has been processed, you will receive your duplicate membership card immediately.

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