Somali police have suspended issuing good conduct certificate prompting delay and stranded dozens of applicants who applied the certificates
Police have told those applying for clearance certificate popularly known as certificate of good conduct they will not get it until the police review is done.
Speaking to the media, Somali police deputy chief Zakia Hussein said the issuing process will be reviewed.
Police say there has been an increase of applications especially from candidates aspiring for various jobs in the city.
“The police wishes to inform members of the public that the certificates of good conduct will not be issued for the next three days to review the system,” she said.
The document is a requirement for candidates needed to be employed by organization, agencies and the government departments.