it looks like alias is not a command available in bash on kiki ( not found, nothing found with a whereis)
alias is a shell built-in, meaning it's not an external command in your path. To set bash aliases, use the following syntax:
alias foo="echo this is a test"
.. and test it like so:
this is a test
Add to .bash_profile as needed.
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