The President Hon William Samoei Ruto has made it clear that the Kenya Kwanza coalition government is focused on solving the problem on food crisis and said that they will revisit all the plans that will help in seeking to reform the food insecurity. He said that the issues of GMO technology will be discussed as they have set a side a team to do their investigations.
He Alleged that the former Prime Minister Hon Raila Amollo Odinga is opposing their plans because he is fighting for his on supremacy but they will take that as a challenge to better the interests of the people.
He said that the opposition side are just doing what they are required to do but they need to consider the democracy and the legal framework before they defend themselves. He said that the issues about GMO will be revisited and it should not create anxiety.
He Alleged that he has good plans to protect the constitution and he will tackle the issues based on the legal framework.
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