Moses Kuria, Trade, Investment, and Industry Cabinet Secretary, started his time as CS under President William Samoei Arap Ruto on a bad note. The vocal government official has taken steps to be impugned following his explanation and choice of GMO items.
After Chief Cabinet Secretary Hon. Musalia Mudavadi issued CS Moses Kuria a firm warning, it appears that President Dr. William Samoei Arap Ruto's government's backroom disagreements continue to play out. The Star Kenya reports that Hon. Musalia claimed that CS Moses Kuria was not responsible for the importation of maize into the country. He stated that the Ministry of Agriculture ought to direct it. He added that the Agriculture docket, not the Trade docket, will issue an importation order based on the country's food situation.
"The Ministry of Agriculture should conduct a survey to determine if there is a grain shortage in order to guide the issue of maize imports; this is a policy that must be well elected. Import orders based on the country's food situation will be issued by the Agriculture docket."The Star Kenya tweeted about it.
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