Centre for Democracy and Economic Development Initiatives'(CDEDI) executive director, Sylvester Namiwa, has given the Homeland Security and Immigration authorities seven days to resolve the driving license and passport crisis.

Last month, on January 24, the Immigration Department had stopped printing passports, citing technical interruptions at its passport issuance system.

Similarly, the issuance of driving license cards had been halted last year due to a lack of printing cards, and motorists were then using paper documents.

Namiwa stated that this was detrimental to the country’s development and affected the lives of many Malawians.

Source: Capital FM

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