Chinamasa Moves In To End Passport Delays

During a question and answer session in Parliament on Wednesday, Minister of Home Affairs and Culture Obert Mpofu revealed that the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development has intervened in a bid to end delays in issuing passports by agreeing to import paper needed by the Registrar General’s Office to print passports on time.

Said Mpofu:

We have challenges within the department that issues passports because of lack of foreign currency to import paper. The Zimbabwean passport, because of its quality whose paper requires imported material, we have had a challenge that we raised with the Ministry of Finance who has intervened and will be bringing in a paper to ensure that the backlog is addressed. As I said earlier on, I was there yesterday and have been assured that the backlog will be addressed as soon as the paper is available. As for the fleecing of applicants, perhaps the Hon. Member can share that with me so that I can address it. I am not aware of that. 


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Obert MpofuMinistry of Finance

Obert Moses Mpofu is a Zimbabwean politician with various business interests in mining, security and transport. He is the former Minister of Home Affairs. In December 2017 he was appointed as the Zanu-PF Secretary for administration. In February 2018 Mpofu was called before parliament to... Read More About Obert Mpofu

The Ministry of Finance and Economic Development is a government organ which administers the country's fiscal and financial aspects through its respective departments. It has various organs administered by different personnel and these include among other the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe and the Zimbabwe National... Read More About Ministry of Finance

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One Comment on “Chinamasa Moves In To End Passport Delays

  1. You peaople are so funny. You create a problem, thewn “solve” it to woo people. why did you wait for it to be like this? why didnt you intervene earlier? Manga mamirirra kuti ive a national issue? aaaarg!!!!! ni ya dina man!!!!

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