Cabinet Secretary for Trade has been on the new and newspaper over the last one week most especially over his sentiments that appeared not to be good to many Kenyans. Hon. Kuria last week accepted the exportation of Genetically Modified Organism (GMO) maize products from Western nations into the Country claiming there are many things that can kill Kenyans and there is no problem if GMO be added to amongst such things that can kill Kenyans. Hon. Kuria's statements received negative reactions from many Kenyans who claimed that Hon. Kuria's sentiments are reckless and should not be taken serious.
Speaking on Saturday after a heated responses to his initial statement, Hon. Kuria's changed his tune on maize saying he has given Kenyan Farmers three days to sell their maize products or else the government will do as they previously said.
The Kenyan farmers have selling their Maize at changing price of sh. 4800 to sh. 5300 in the year 2022 seasons.
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