You might be unaware that the Stand-to-Pee (STP) plastic devices have been in use since 1922, however not in Kenya.
It has been used in the United States, the United Kingdom and other Western countries.
However, Njeri Muthaka, a Kenyan lady is changing the script just to ensure women pee like men whenever they feel like.
Ms Muthaka has since last year campaigned for an embrace of the device which according to her own findings it will prevent women from urinal tract infections.
“Women who have undergone urinal tract infections can assert that these new developments are the best solution to such messy infections,” she said.
She revealed that the dirty public toilets women use expose them to health complications especially on their genitalia and the ‘Susu cup’ as it is famously referred to will tame such health threats.
“For men who truly understand what urinal tract infections are, will buy these urinal cups to their ladies, wives, prevention is the best thing,” she noted.
[Susu cup in use. Photo/courtesy].
She said the ‘Women Urination Device’ is meant to protect women from urinal tract infection as well as dust.
She said women can in fact share urinals with men while using the plastic device.
It costs sh. 200 and a woman can use and clean it then fold it into her hand bag, what a new invention!