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GMO technology has some benefits

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By Samuel Mbari | Sep 9th 2015 | 1 min read

Deputy President William Ruto recently announced that the Government would lift the ban on GMOs in two months.

We have no otherwise apart from embracing the GMO technology since it has a number of  benefits.

Past research has shown that Kenya is a food-deficit country. By embracing GMOs, the country will have sufficient produce to feed the population.

But before we embrace this technology, we must first exploit the untapped potential of our agricultural sectors to ensure everything is right.

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