Kazembe Urges Citizens To Report Corrupt Officials At Passport Offices

Home Affairs and Cultural Heritage Minister Kazembe Kazembe has urged members of the public to report corrupt officials at the Registrar-General’s department.

Kazembe made the call while speaking to reporters after a familiarisation tour of the registry and immigration offices in Gweru on Thursday. He said:

Without members of the public alerting us about suspected corruption, we won’t get to the bottom of it. If you are asked to pay a bribe, you need to report that official as soon as possible.

Kazembe also revealed that the government will soon promulgate a Statutory Instrument that will allow locals with access to foreign currency to apply for passports which they will acquire timeously.

During the tour, Kazembe was accompanied by his deputy Mike Madiro, Registrar-General Mr Clement Masango and the Minister of State for Midlands Provincial Affairs Larry Mavima.

More: Chronicle

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