President William Ruto's remarks over the Genetically Modified Organic(GMO) foods have triggered a series of mixed reactions from Kenyans across the political divide.
National Assembly Minority Leader Opiyo Wandayi has reacted to the remarks by President Ruto on GMO foods.
The vocal Azimio MP has stated that they in Azimio are disappointed with President Ruto for reducing the food security concern to jokes about GMOs and breasts.
He has demanded that the President stops the humiliation of Kenyans over the GMO debate and stop mocking the dignity of Kenyans struggling to put food on the table.
"Like most Kenyans, Azimio is disappointed with the President for reducing the food security concern to that of jokes about GMOs and breasts. We're asking the President not to mock the dignity of Kenyans struggling to put food on the table. This humiliation must stop," Minority Leader Opiyo Wandayi said.
The remarks by the Ugunja MP come after President Ruto claimed that he has never seen a person develop breasts for consuming GMO foods.
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