It is past two years since the case of Kakamega twins touched the attention of Kenyans. Today, fresh details has emerged over the welfare of Sharon Mathias and Melon Lutenyo. The two sisters were separated at birth as a result of confusion from the Kakamega General Hospital but got re-united coincidentally when all of them were already in the high school.
The news reaching the media indicates that Melon Lutenyo and Mevis Mbaya currently have at home for two weeks due to school fees despite the fact that they are set to sit for their KCSE examination next month.
Rosemary Khavelele who gave birth to Sharon and Melon but raised Melvin Mbaya claims that she had been going through a rough time providing for the three girls on her own without any help.
Those well wishers who pledged to support them when their story came to limelight have all gone missing. It is alleged that the county government of Kakamega also promised to support them.
The mother has threatened to sue the Kakamega general Hospital in the next one month claiming that the girls were convinced not to take legal action by unknown person who had the interest in the saga.
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