After we highlighted the mannequin that is the Kenyan Embassy in South Sudan. A Kenyan now shares the circus of getting services at the rogue embassy.
I am a Kenyan who stayed in South Sudan for 5 years and lost my passport there.
I reported the case with the embassy and I was forced to take an affidavit from a lawyer there to the embassy in order for me apply for my lost passport to be replaced; which I actually did.
I then went to the embassy and applied for the replacement of my passport, and I was given the receipt and told to wait for three weeks.
I waited for the first three weeks, then I went to check if it had been brought from Nairobi.
However, to my consternation, I was told to come back after two weeks.
This game of “come-after-two or three weeks” became a routine and I actually frequented the embassy until the time of the last war broke out, and I had to flee South Sudan without my passport.
And up to now, I don’t know whether my passport was taken to Juba or not because am now here in Kenya.
I actually have everything to prove my application for the passport.
I wonder what’s happening in the Kenyan embassy in South Sudan.
Please highlight my case in the social media and anywhere possible for me to get the necessary assistance.
The Principal Secretary State Department of Immigration, Border Control & Citizen services. Gen. Gordon Kihalangwa and Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i, please do something.
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