Kenya Rolls Out e-Passports

Kenya becomes the second East African Community State to launch the e-passport after Burundi, all member states are required to do so by December 31, 2018. The electronic passport will guard against impersonation with the introduction of a unique chip through which the holders will be identified.

Photo: Capital FM

The e-passport will phaseout its chip-less predecessor.

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