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Dr. Njeru Abraham Kirea (Ph.D) - Lecturer, Multimedia University of Kenya, Kenya

Dr. Wasiaya Onyango Christopher (Ph.D) - Lecturer, Multimedia University of Kenya, Kenya


The sun, the earth, the seas, the wind, the rain and the snow, the woods, the deserts, and the savannahs, as well as everything that humans do, are all interconnected parts of the global climate system. A heated discussion has been sparked in Kenya as a result of the government's decision in October 2022 to relax a prohibition on the importing and development of genetically modified (GM) crops. Kenyans are split down the middle on this issue. Nonetheless, impartiality has often been lost in this discussion due to the prevalence of political rhetoric, misconceptions, fears, absurdities, conspiracy theories, and blatant falsehoods. Many people in Kenya are uncertain about whether or not it was prudent for the government to relax the prohibition on genetically modified organisms (GMO), which is an abbreviation for genetically modified organisms. Many people in Kenya believe the fallacy that genetically modified organisms (GMOs) constitute a threat to both human health and the agricultural system, despite the fact that the nation suffers from food insecurity on a yearly basis as a result of, among other things, drought. This puts millions of Kenyans at risk of going hungry each year. Yields across communities are significantly impacted when population expansion and unfavorable climate conditions combine. This is one of the reasons why novel techniques for agricultural production are being contemplated. The use of genetically modified organisms in a variety of contexts with the goal of achieving bigger and more consistent yields is one of the most contentious advances brought about by this initiative. The decision made by the United States to make genetically modified organisms (GMOs) goods accessible to the general public was the catalyst that started the GMO debate and revolution, which resulted in many governments across the globe opening their doors to GMO products so that they might be used to increase food supply. On the one hand, the political situation in post-independence Kenya has been defined by ongoing attempts to organize and rebuild the country's political system, but on the other hand, democratic reforms have been a point of contention. In spite of the significance of a nation's political systems to the comprehension and operation of its public administration and governance, the majority of research on Kenya's politics has concentrated on the roles that gender and electoral violence play in the country's politics. This study therefore seeks to establish the current global climate and political crises or relevant counterpoints with a specific focus in Kenya.

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