Corruption –Interior Cabinet Secretary Kithure Kindiki has continued with his resolve to weed out cartels from the department of Immigration at.
On Thursday September 8, the CS made another improtu stop over at the passport offices at Nyayo House to ascertain that Kenyans were being served honestly following an uproar.
In his efforts to make sure the passports backlog is now cleared, the Interior CS added that he will also be making sure that anyone who was involved in the fraud of punishing Kenyans is taken to court.
So far, about three senior officers at the immigration department have been taken to court through the Directorate of Criminal Investigations DCI.
“Reviewed operations at the Immigration Department are bearing fruit. Citizens seeking passports and other vital citizenship documents are being served with courtesy, and their inquiries responded to by our members of staff. We are determined to clear the backlog and process new applications expeditiously,” Kindiki’s Thursday September 7 statement read.
Many Kenyans across the country are now feeling a sigh of relief as their passports have started coming out this week.
Our spot-check across the country ascertained that those who had been kept waiting since last year, have already received calls from the immigration department to collect their passport booklets.
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