Tuesday, 11 February 2014

Kenyan immigration director finds unsatisfactory screening procedures

Kenya's newly appointed Director of Immigration Jane Waikenda took office Wednesday (June 26th) and instructed her division to step up screening of foreigners entering the country, Kenya's Daily Nation reported.
In her first meeting with department heads in the Ministry of Interior and Co-ordination of National Government, Waikenda warned that extra caution must be taken in screening foreigners' passports and visas to prevent undesirables from entering the country.
She said laxity could be a factor in increased insecurity and terror attacks.
Waikenda has promised to transform the department to conform with the Jubilee manifesto within 100 days. "You will have to embrace change because my office will not tolerate people who do not add value to the department," she said.


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