Moses Kuria is the Cabinet Secretary for Trade, Investiment and Industry. He recently proposed the importation of Genetically Modified Organisms food into the country to curb the impact of drought in the country.
Photo : (Courtesy) CS Moses Kuria.
This has since raised alot of eyebrows on social media platforms with leaders from Maize Producing counties protesting the move.
Photo: (Courtesy) Members of Parliament from Maize Producing counties after their Meeting today.
Taking to his Twitter account today, CS Moses Kuria lashed the leaders opposing the government move on GMO food. He said, "the government campaigned on a pledge to lower the cost of living and ensure no Kenyan dies of hunger. This is our unanimous and collective primary duty and an irreducible minimum. We will do exactly that even as we safeguard the interest of farmers. Bora Uhai, Siasa Baadaye!"https://twitter.com/HonMoses_Kuria/status/1595103422407409664?t=YtzJlsGCWKJ0NbiRnh_O9Q&s=19
Photo : (Courtesy) Moses Kuria, CS for Trade, Investiment and Industry.
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