The National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) has said 1,883 driving licences and 2,573 logbooks have been returned to them after owners failed to collect them from post offices countrywide.
NTSA Director General Francis Meja said the documents were returned by the Postal Corporation of Kenya.
“The logbooks are currently kept at the Registration and Licensing Department at Times Tower building. We appeal to owners of the returned logbooks to arrange to collect them,” he said in an advertisement placed recently in the local dailies.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has postponed his three-day tour to Kisumu County that was scheduled to start Wednesday after meeting leaders from Nyanza at State House, Nairobi.
In a statement by the Presidential adviser Joshua Kutuny, the tour was put off to next week to allow for better preparations “to make the visit a success.”
During the visit, the President is expected to launch a number of projects in Kisumu and chair a cabinet meeting.
The leaders who attended the State House meeting Monday were Kisumu Governor Jack Ranguma, MPs Ken Obura (Kisumu central), Fred Outa (Nyando), James Nyikal (Seme), Alago Aluoch (Kisumu West), Adums Owour (Nyakach), Kopiyo Koyoo (Muhoroni) and area Women representative Rose Nyamunga.