The Ministry of Internal Affairs has announced the closure of its offices at the headquarters for two days.
According to a statement from the ministry spokesperson Jacob Siminyu, the offices will be closed for two days, Tuesday, October 20 and Wednesday, October 21
He says while offices outside the headquarters will remain open, the main offices will be closed.
“This is due to some administrative procedures which will take place on those two days and will significantly affect service delivery,” Jacob Siminyu said.
“Normal operations of the ministry headquarters will resume on Thursday, October 22,” Siminyu added.
Siminyu says that services to be affected include issuance of passports, work permits and citizenship among others.
“All categories of passports, immigration services such as work permits, dependent passes and certificates of residence will be affected,” he added.