All of a sudden, cabinet secretary for Trade, Industry and Innovation Hon Moses Kuria has become the subject in the country. This is after CS Moses Kuria said that the government has deliberately decided to allow GMO products in the country. He added that there are so many ways of dying and adding GMO products in the list is not a bad idea. This statement has caused uproar from Kenyans across the country.
Kenyans have reacted differently over the careless statement by CS Moses Kuria. But the CS has been told to resign and apologize to Kenyans. According to politicians Alinur Mohamed, he said that there is no way Trade CS Moses Kuria is going to use disrespectful language to force GMO maize on us and expect us to clap for him. He went ahead and said that CS Moses Kuria should withdraw these insensitive remarks, apologize to Kenyans and then resign.
"There is no way Trade CS Moses Kuria is going to use disrespectful language to force GMO maize on us and expect us to clap for him. It's unfortunate that he has allowed power to get to his head. He should withdraw these insensitive remarks, apologize to Kenyans and then resign."
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