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With a Doctorate under her belt and elected to represent the people of Rangwe in Homa bay County, MP Lilian Gogo feels the most pertinent issues to address is farting.

The MP now wants special training on aircraft crew so that they provide medicines like bicarbonate of soda after to passengers after meals and drinks have been served.

“We should also have paramedics, who are trained in basic first aid included in the international and local flights. She noted that providing the basic medical systems to manage food that is offered aboard flights will reduce the level of gas that one can exude within the flight.

She said the matter is worsened by the fact that passengers are immobilized for long hours, predisposing them to offensive emissions. The lawmaker said that the bad habit has not spared the local flights either. She pointed out that Kisumu-Nairobi, and Nairobi-Mombasa flights are especially prone to high levels of farting.

“If I am the only one who has experienced this, then I think the rest of us are very lucky. We should have basic provisions of medicines such as Eno other than paracetamols on the flight.”

The legislator also called for the limitation of the amount of alcohol served in aircraft noting that it is even worse than “what we do on the ground”.

And just as many Kenyans, lawyer Miguna Miguna thinks her sentiments are juvenile, petty and she should focus on serving the people of Rangwe.

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