Ford Kenya MP Majimbo Kalasinga has made it clear that it's immature to think of Impeaching CS Moses Kuria because of GMO. According to the member of Parliament, Kenya is facing a lot of food shortage and this requires a lot of thinking that can come up with solutions.
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According to Majimbo Kalasinga, it's clear that GMO food might be the biggest solution to food shortages in the country. He is clear that leaders must not castigate CS Kuria without asking themselves about the solutions of food shortage.
Majimbo Kalasinga is clear that the MPs who are ganging up against GMO maize must be careful because they must provide a sustainable solution. The member of Parliament is clear that Kenyans must be ready to adopt food technologies because it could be the solution.
However, a number of MPs from across the political divide have threatened to Impeach CS Kuria if he moved ahead to import maize. CS Kuria has however stood to his guns to ensure that issues GMO becomes a huge topic of discussion in the country.
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