Key Cabinet Secretary in the Head of State President William Ruto led Kenya Kwanza government has landed himself in trouble after his latest move.
Photo of Fernandez Barasa.
According to Tuesday's Taifa Leo publication, a section of political leaders from the Mulembe political bloc led by the Kakamega county governor Fernandez Barasa and his deputy Ayub Savula wants the trade CS ousted over his latest move concerning importation of GMO maize.
According to the publication, the trade CS Moses Kuria is in trouble after the Mulembe leaders plan to have Western Members of Parliament tabling a motion in the National Assembly seeking removal of Kuria from the key Cabinet sector.
According to Fernandez Barasa and his deputy Ayub Savula, the importation of GMO maize will negatively affect production of maize in the country and as well will have a negative impact on the health of Kenyans.
The governor has rectified William Ruto's government saying that he (William Ruto) should first satisfy needs of Kenyan farmers before getting outside of the nation. He further urged Ruto's government to buy maize from farmers, who have just harvested their produce, through the NCPB in order to economically empower the Kenyan farmers.
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