Opposition leader Raila Odinga has finally break the silence to the ongoing story of GMO. According to Raila Odinga is that many developed countries in the world have rejected use of GMOs. This is because their are sure that GMOs will harm their people health. Here is a Facebook link with full evidence of what Raila Odinga said concerning use of GMOs.
Furthermore, Kenyans have reacted to Raila Odinga statement concerning GMOs thus resulting to mixed reactions.
Dan said as follows "On this one I fully support Jakom, no to GMO because of the linked health effects. Ruto's government should revert to lowering necessary farming inputs to address food issues". Dickson said as follows "Opposition is back in African politics whatever your opponents does is wrong". Elijah said as follows "Our country is not such desperate to simply accept the rejected in other countries. We only need good leadership everything will change overnight for the best".
What advice can you share with Kenyan's after Raila told them to reject use of GMOs?.
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