The Kenyan Immigration Department faced heavy criticism this morning after posting a picture displaying their newly acquired fleet of vehicles meant to “boost the crackdown on illegal immigrants in the country”.
Kenyans felt the move was highly unnecessary and that the department should have sorted out the basics first before jumping into purchasing the 13 double cabin vehicles.
Here is what they had to say.
Crackdown on illegal immigrants starts with paperwork..not roaming & running across Kenya…this isn’t the US-Mexico border….waste of taxpayers money… https://t.co/YNi9J4LBQk
— RustyCase ™ (@Rustycase) November 27, 2018
How about you streamline passport issuance before you come here bragging about cars and illegal immigrants.Clean your house first because it is a den of corruption.
— Shyro kiki (@ShyroKiki) November 27, 2018
What has the immigration done about the Arabs selling cookery and cutlery in Nairobi estates. Surely how can we allow foreign hawkers to roam freely in our country? Can a Kenyan be allowed to hawk freely in Turkey??
— ||Marc||~||Abrahams|| (@AbramsMarcD) November 27, 2018
sasa hamna karatasi za passport but pesa ya double cabins is readily availableLoading...
— Whiz 6.2.4 ? (@whizaburia) November 27, 2018
How about you provide papers for printing birth certificates before you buy these cars? 3 months later and we can’t get birth certificates because there aren’t papers for printing. Waaauu
— Magati (@em_nana) November 27, 2018
Kindly concentrate on the corrupt officers within ur various department sir,Kenyans are suffering at Nyayo house about passport issues which are not issued in time unless u pay bribe and I was one of the victims . Kindly improve the services meant for Kenyans than other issues.
— Fuad Haji Mohamud (@FuadHajiMohamu1) November 27, 2018
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