Mutisi says a research made by his company has revealed that lost items like ID cards,driver's licences,passports,certificates and other important documents are rarely recovered when lost.
The research has revealed that the items in most cases are handed over to registration offices and police stations in and around the country.
A website (www.lostandfound.org.zw) with information on lost and found items and where they can be found has been set up as part of the project.
Mutisi adds that this has been designed to work as a focal point between the finder and loser where the two are able to link-up and hand-over the found items.
" We therefore appeal for your assistance in that if you lose or find any items, please complete our Lost/found form on (www.lostandlost.org.zw) or email us the details on [email protected] or simply text us the name and ID number on the ID, Driver's Licence, passport, certificate, etc and your contact details so that we can add the information on our platform and the rightful owners can come and collect their items," Mutisi says.
Hansole Investments has come up with this platform due to the realisation that 90% of lost items in Zimbabwe such are never recovered.
"Everyone in or who has ever visited Zimbabwe can use this platform that is, those who have lost or found anything," says Mutisi.
Initiators of the project can be contacted on 0778266021 or email: [email protected]Post published in: News