A section of mount Kenya members of Parliament have started collection of signatures to impeach trade cabinet secretary Moses kuria. The collection of signatures is set to start today on Wednesday 23rd, November 2022. The members of Parliament have threatened to impeach Moses Kuria after he allowed importation of GMO Maize.
Pokot South member of Parliament David Pkosing said that he will collect signatures starting today, if the trade cabinet secretary doe not change. Moses Kuria allowed the importation of genetically modified maize.
However, before the state authorized the importation of GMO food a ship full of GMO Maize had already docked in Mombasa. Moses Kuria's actions has received a lot of opposition even from leaders from Kenya kwanza alliance.
The trade cabinet secretary has also been condemned for his utterances about the GMO food. Moses Kuria said that there are so many things competing to kill Kenyans and it is not wrong to add GMO Maize in that list.
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