Thursday, February 16, 2006

Cancellation of passports - Wow!

Two days ago, the Government directed 20 individuals to hand in their passports to the Criminal Investigation Department as a result of the ongoing investigations into corruption.

Despite this directive, two individuals Hon. Mutula Kilonzo & Philip K. Murgor did not hand over their passports as required. The Government has, therefore, cancelled the passports belonging to Hon. Mutula Kilonzo and Mr. Philip K. Murgor with immediate effect. Therefore the passports have no validity.

Airports and other border-points have been notified not to accept these cancelled passports. The Principal Immigration Officer has written to the two individuals and asked them to hand over their passports to the nearest immigration office for physical cancellation.

As investigations into corruption unfold, more people are likely to be asked to hand over their passports to the police.

If any suspect sneaks out of the country, the Government will, in conjunction with Interpol, put out a red notice alert for their arrest and repatriation into the country to face appropriate charges.

As the Government continues with investigations into corruption, we urge all citizens to obey the law and to cooperate when called upon.


February 16, 2006

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2/16/2006 05:40:00 pm  

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