By ScienceAfrica Team (B. Mukatia,
- 13 Governors have joined scientists and researchers in the call of government to lift the ban on importation of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) amid fears of looming food insecurity and declining agricultural productivity in the country.
The Governors from cotton growing counties led by Jack Ranguma, chairman of the Health and
The Governors told those attending
Kisumu Governor Jack Ranguma called on the government to lift the ban on the importation of genetically modified food saying it will revive the cotton industry in the country. "We are ready in promoting the use of agricultural biotechnology to enhance food security in our counties," the Governor said.
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