Kenya will roll out the East Africa Community e-Passport in September, Interior Ministry announced on Tuesday.
Through a tweet, the ministry said the issuance of the travel documents will begin from September 1.
The public had been notified that the same was to commence on April 3 after being pushed from November 2015.
According to the ministry, this was to be done simultaneously with other East African Community member states.
“Due to circumstances beyond our control, the roll-out will now be done as stated,” Gordon Kihalangwa, director department of immigration services, said.
Kihalangwa said the department was confident that the new dates will not be changed.
Source: The Star