Zambia: State refutes GMO importation claim

Government says reports that the country is being fed by Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO’s) is mere speculation.
Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Livestock Rodgers Mwewa says there is no proof that the country is allowing traders to import or farmers to grow such foods.

“People saying we are allowing GMO’s have no proof to that, there is so much speculation going on and we can not act on speculations, on things we have not seen,” he said.

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