E-passport price speculated on social media is false: Vuniwaqa
10 September, 2019, 8:28 pm
PEOPLE who are misinforming the public about the price of e-passport over social media have been urged to gather facts from the Immigration office and not disseminate wrong information.
Director of Immigration Nemani Vuniwaqa said the $452 speculated on social media to be the price of the new e-passports were false.
“That is not a fact and that is not the right price,” he said.
“What is been speculated in the media is too much and too high.”