Kenya will lift its three-year ban on Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) in the next two months, Deputy President William Ruto has said drawing protest from consumer groups.
“Scientists and especially those from the National Biosafety Authority should be able to confound sceptics. We should be able to tell the public that anything genetically modified is not harmful. Science and technology is what will take us to the next level,” said Mr Ruto at the opening of the biosafety conference. Read more. Source| Business Daily