Danstan Omari is a veteran lawyer who was born in Kisii. He famously is known for his factual remarks.
Omari has today hinted that the people who funded Kenya Kwanza have been given licenses to pay themselves by importing maize and they will not be stopped by anybody.
Kenyans on social media have expressed mixed reactions concerning his remarks.@samson Muskoka
''Those tycoons don't care about Africans and they are self-centered.''
''If it's true, nobody can stop reggae.''
''Very true whenever the west have interest in you you will suffer. How they brought down the then-upcoming Libyan economy still remains in the history books for the African heads of state to reference.''
The move by by the government to lift the ban on GMO foods has been opposed by Azimio coalition led by Raila Odinga.
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