MP Ichungwa: Prime CS Musalia Mudavadi is Set to Answer Questions in Parliament
Prime Cabinet Secretary Musalia Mudavadi is set to appear before parliament. This is according to the leader of the Majority in the National Assembly Kimani Ichungwa. According to the Kikuyu constituency MP, Musalia Mudavadi will be responding to cross-cutting questions when appearing before Parliament. He said the super CS will, however, be supported by respective Cabinet Secretaries when he will be answering to MPs.
"Ruto is Lying to You" Ledama Olekina as he Reveals The President's Advice Kenyans Should Ignore
Narok county senator Ledama Olekina has disagreed with His Excellency the Head of State president William Ruto on his advice to Kenyans to eat Genetically Modified Organisms. He has noted that His Excellency the Head of State was wrong in his advice to Kenyans and the Orange Democratic Movement ODM party elected senator has since asked Kenyans to ignore the president's advice.
"Don't Come Back To Opposition, Defend The Govt With Your Teeth" Thuku Tells Those Who Left Azimio
Lawyer Wahome Thuku has said that leaders who defected to from Azimio La Umoja one Kenya coalition party should not return back to the opposition. According to him some leaders who defected from Azimio to Kenya Kwanza Coalition are not happy because they are yet to get any benefit of joining president William Ruto's government.
Hilarious Kenyans Reacts After Being Asked of Rumors They Have Heard About GMO
Due to the country’s struggle to feed its high population of 55 million people with enough food, the government, through President William Ruto, recently announced the introduction of GMO food crops since there has always been an annual importation of around 10 million bags of maize to cover the deficit in the country.
The Dark Side of GMOs: Disadvantages and Risks to Consider
Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are plants or animals that have had their DNA altered in a way that does not occur naturally. These modifications are typically made to improve the traits of the organism, such as increasing resistance to pests or diseases or improving the nutritional content of foods.
Kenyans Openly Told Ruto Could Be Lying About GMOs, Those Allegedly Pressuring Him Named
President William Ruto has affirmed that the government's plan to import the Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) including foodstuffs will proceed. Speaking to the press from State House last night, the Head of State informed Kenyans not to be blinded by those fighting the GMOs. He affirmed that the safety of Kenyans is guaranteed after taking the modified foodstuffs.
The Risks of GMOs: Investigating the Link Between Genetically Modified Crops and Disease
Genetically modified organisms, or GMOs, have been a hot topic of debate for decades. While some people argue that GMOs can help to feed the world's growing population and improve crop yields, others are concerned about their potential impacts on human health and the environment.
Ruto Wins Big After a Section of Kirinyaga Leaders Endorsed His Move to Reduce High Cost of Living
President William Ruto's decision to lift the ban on GMOs has received a major boost from section of Kirinyaga leaders, who said that having the genetically modified foods will help in curbing starvation and reducing the high cost of living. Ruto lifted the ban last year, a decision that has been criticized and praised in equal measure, with political leaders from the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance camp led by Raila Odinga criticizing the president, saying that GMOs are not fit for human consumption, and that the president ought to have conducted public participation before lifting the ban.
GMOs: A Potential Solution for Food Shortages in Developing Countries
Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) have the potential to help address food shortages in African countries in several ways. One potential benefit of GMOs is that they can be designed to be more resistant to pests and diseases, which can help increase crop yields. In addition, some GMOs are engineered to be more drought-resistant, which could be particularly useful in areas prone to drought.
Why You Should Keep Away From GMO Foods
Genetically modified organisms (GMOs), also called bioengineered foods, are plants, animals, or microbes whose genetic composition has been purposely adjusted or transformed. The ability to transmit a gene from one organism to another exists across all species. In addition to being resistant to harmful chemicals like pesticides, GMOs are also tolerant of pests and illnesses and can withstand a wider range of growing environments.
Hidden Informations About Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO)
Human consumption of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) is a subject of ongoing debate and scientific investigation. Because the genetic changes made to the plants are comparable to those that occur naturally through traditional breeding methods, some scientists and organizations contend that GMOs are safe to consume.
The Role of GMOs in Improving Agricultural Businesses in Developing Countries
Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) have the potential to improve agricultural businesses in developing countries in several ways. Some of the benefits of GMOs in agriculture include: Increased crop yields: GMOs can be designed to have enhanced resistance to pests, diseases, and environmental stressors, which can lead to higher crop yields.
I Cannot Put My People's Lives In Danger- Ruto As He Reveals Plan To Deal With High Cost of Living
President William Ruto has once again revealed his plan for dealing with the high cost of living that has been a challenge since he took power. Speaking at the state house with media personnel on Wednesday 4th, President Ruto alleged that he has plans to import ten million bags of maize including GMOs.
Opiyo Wandayi Reacts to Ruto's Latest Remarks on GMOs as he Reveals What Azimio Has Planned in 2023
The Minority Leader in the National Assembly Opiyo Wandayi has criticized President William Ruto over his yesterday's remarks concerning the government's decision to lift the ban on GMOs. Ruto in his interview with journalists from different media houses at State House said that the decision to do away with the ban on GMOs was taken since there is no evidence to show that the genetically modified products have negative impact on human health.
"I Cannot Put My People's Lives In Danger" Ruto As He Reveals Plan To Deal With High Cost of Living
President Ruto said that he had plans to import ten million bags of GMO-containing corn when speaking with media representatives at the state house on Wednesday, April 4. He defended it, saying that it would give farmers adequate time to work on their crops and generate some 30 million bags.
President William Ruto reveals what he immediately did after assuming office.
Kenyans now know what President William Ruto did as soon as he took office as leader of the country. The president of state, who is currently being interviewed, has shared many of his intentions for this year with Kenyans. He has talked about a variety of topics, including the importing of GMOs.
Ruto Defends The Decision To Bring GMOs The importation of genetically modified organisms (GMOs)
Ruto Defends The Decision To Bring GMOs The importation of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) has been defended by President William Ruto. To support his argument, Ruto revealed that all of the goods that the nation has been importing include GMO components but they are within the 1% threshold by the Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS).
Azimio Politician Now Warns President Ruto Against Doing This To Kenyans
Azimio top member and a leader of minority Hon Opiyo Wandayi, has today broken silence and stated that their party is disappointed after President Ruto's remarks on food security in our country. The Azimio ally has warned that the President should stop the humiliation and instead find a lasting solution to food security in our country.
President William Ruto delivers bad news to Azimio politicians as he delivers them this bold message
In his state of the nation address, President William Ruto continued to make clear to Kenyans the importance of the economy and other current important matters for the nation. The drought-related food crisis, the Hustler Fund, the introduction of GMOs, and the opposition's involvement in his government are the key subjects of the speech.
Ledama's Reactions to President Ruto's Sentiment on GMOs
Senate Lendama Olekina on Twitter Reacted to President Ruto's Statement on an interview on tv that GMO food is not bad, and even he has been consuming GMOs. Senate Lendama reacted saying that President William Ruto is lying to Kenyans and GMOs is dangerous, Lendama requested Kenyans to stay away and say no to GMOs.