Narok Senator Ladema Ole Kina has come to the aid of Trade CS Moses Kuria after reports that UDA MPs are collecting signatures to table an impeachment motion against him.
This is after a statement Moses Kuria made about GMOs and death that did not sit well with leaders and Kenyans at large. The CS had said that there are so many things competing for death, and there is no harm in adding Genetically Modified Organisms to the list. There has been controversy surrounding President Ruto’s move of removing the ban on GMOs when he entered office.
And now, Ledama has defended Moses Kuria against being impeached saying that there is no point of crucifying the messenger. According to the Raila aide, Moses Kuria is just relying the message as instructed by who sent him.
“The Hon. Moses Kuria, CS trade was right! we are all candidates of death… there is no need to impeach him. He is only doing what he has been asked to do. Don’t kill the messenger. Kenya is a kleptocracy so don’t expect anything else. You made your choices enjoy the consequences”, wrote the senator.
The plan to impeach Moses Kuria is majorly mooted by MPs allied to president William Ruto from the Rift Valley side. Although it is President Ruto who is pushing for GMOs to be allowed in the countries, leaders from his side are against it, led by Nandi Senator Samson Cherargei the MPs have protested the move to import GMP maize into the country.
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