Genetically modified foods (GM) have been emphasized as the solution to the problem of growing hunger problem in the world but this may be a misplaced conception because they may become a part of the problem rather than solving it (Eston, 2004). GM foods are foods that are derived from genetically modified organism and are considered to be more productive and more resistant to change in weather conditions compared to organic foods. They are foods that had undergone change in their DNA through genetic engineering process to achieve the intended purpose of increased productivity, higher nutrition or pest resistant. The fact that they arise from the precise process of mutagenesis raises a number of ethical issue and concerns that they may have severe impact on health and the environment, making them another component of the hunger problem rather than solving it. As the world population topples 6 billion, there have been concerns that the world may not be able to meet the food needs of the population and therefore underpins the need to implement some technologies that will improve food production like genetic engineering to ensure that there is enough food for people to eat (Vasilikotis, 2010).