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Millicent Omanga Bio, Biography, Age, Husband, Children, Education, Net Worth, Senator, Alleged desire to Fly Busines in Class

Sunday, 26 August 2018, a publication by the Standard Newspaper alleges that Millicent Omanga requested to fly Business Class

Millicent Omanga Bio

Millicent Omanga was born on 30 May 1982 in Kisii, Kenya. She went to high school at Mumbi Girls High school and studies Bsc Commerce at the University of Nairobi. Millicent contested for the Nairobi Women’s Rep position under the Jubilee ticket but lost the primaries to Rachel Shebesh in the 2017 Kenya’s General Election. She is a nominated Senator under the Jubilee Party.
Born  30 May 1982 in Kisii, Kenya
Age 36 Years old as of 2018
Education the University of Nairobi
Husband Dr Francis Nyamiobo
  • Maya – Daughter
  • Wayne –  Son 
Sisters Angela Omanga and roselyne omanga
Occupation Nominated Senator Angela Omanga and roselyne omanga
Religion Christian, Seventh Day Adventist
Nationality Kenyan
Net Worth $ 4 Million as of 2018

Millicent Omanga Biography

Millicent Omanga currently serves as a Nominated Senator under the Jubilee Party in Kenya. She was brought up in Kisii, Kenya and went to school at Mumbi Girls High School. She later went to the University of Nairobi to study Bsc Commerce.

Millicent Omanga Age

Millicent Omanga is currently 36 years as of 2018, She was born on 30 May 1982 in Kisii, Kenya.

Millicent Omanga Family

Millicent Omanga is married to Dr Francis Nyamiobo.

They are blessed with two have two children one daughter, Maya born on 24 April 2010 and a Son, Wayne.

Milicent Omanga Children and his son and daughter
Milicent Omanga Children and his son and daughter

She has two sisters, Angela Omanga and roselyne omanga

Millicent Omanga Seeks Permission to Fly in Busines Class

As per a publication by the Standard Newspaper on Sunday, 26 August 2018. Omanga reportedly wrote to the Parliamentary Service Commission (PSC) seeking permission to fly Business Class and not the Economy Section as prescribed by the assembly.

The article further alluded that Omanga had argued that she could not fit in the standard aircraft seat in the Economy Class of local flights due to her plus-size physique.

Through her Facebook, the legislator who had been quoted by the newspaper as having refuted the allegations termed the article as “sexist click and bait headline” reference to her shape.


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