The Kenya Kwanza government is under pressure to perform as there first 100 days in the office elapse. President William Ruto and his Deputy president Rigathi Gachagua are facing tough times as the high cost of living, hunger and rising unrest among Kenyans continue hitting on there heads.
President William Ruto’s close Allied MP Mbeere North has left Kenyans Furious after comparing GMO products to guns. According to the MP guns kill people but we import them, so why are people so bitter that GMO products should not be imported. According to section of Kenyans this is not the way the legislator should be speaking. It is like he is okay if GMO products killed few as long those who don’t have food get it.
“GMO is not a killer technology. Look at guns, we do not produce them, we import them for the purpose of security. Do we say because they have killed two or three people we don’t need them? The same applies to GMO.”- MP Geoffrey.K.Ruku (Mbeere North).
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