Controversial city lawyer Danstan Omari has claimed that people who funded President William Samoei Ruto and his Kenya Kwanza political outfit want their money back and nobody can stop them. Omari added that the only way to get their money is to allow importation of GMO food and products by Ruto's government.
Recently, the debate about GMO maize and food products sparked public reactions with many people protesting. However, Moses Kuria and other Kenya Kwanza leaders are adamant and vowed to go with GMO maize importation amidst uproar. Already, over 10,000 tonnes of GMO maize docked in Mombasa ports and another ten million bags GMO seeds to arrive in Kenya by January 2023.
Danstan Omari now says the government has deliberately allowed the importation of GMO food because they have no otherwise but to play along the music of those who funded them.
"The people who funded Kenya Kwanza have been given licenses to pay themselves by importing this maize and they will not be stopped by anybody." Omar said during the morning show interview.
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