The government of president William Ruto has been trying hard to ensure Kenya remains a food secure country. The Cabinet today adopted GMO foods in Kenya in efforts to making Kenya a food secure country.
Here is a link: https://nation.africa/kenya/news/gmo-food-now-legal-in-kenya-after-cabinet-lifts-ban-3971466
Previously, GMO foods were checked by Kemri and they were found to be insecure. The food of GMO is majorly grown and consumed in the United States and it will soon hit the Kenyan market according to Government.
The issue of GMO spreading cancer has not been proved in the United States but only in Kenya through a research that was conducted by Kemri. The United States delegation that met William Ruto in Statehouse today agreed on a number of issues more so on matters food security in Kenya.
The Cabinet move to approve GMO foods is a major boost to Kenya. It's evident that the issue of food security is extremely key especially when it comes to issues affecting Kenyans hence GMO will bring reprieve though with consequences as well.
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