Francisca Mwajala Mwaila and Florence Achala Mwaila are beautiful twins who grew up under tightly secured premises of the Nairobi Industrial Area remand and Kamiti Maximum prison since their dad works as a prison warden. The two did not grow up in an ordinary neighbourhood due to the nature of their parents job and this meant that they had to get used to living in a highly secured area with 24-hour police surveillance. This affected their way of life as they grew up with a lot of discipline due to the fear of been locked up like the inmates they saw in the prisons.[Photo courtesy]
The pair attended the same schools which included Mariakani Christian Centre Academy in South B, Statehouse Primary and finally Saint George's Primary School where they sat for their KCPE examinations. They were later admitted to the same secondary school at Saint George's Girls Secondary School along Dennis Pritt Road and they were among the candidates who recently got their 2020 KCSE results.[Photo courtesy]
The twins hail from a family of 6 children who include a pair of twins, triplets and a singleton. The two hope to join different universities as they seek to pursue different careers with Florence hoping to pursue a Bachelor of Arts degree in Education (Literature) while Francisca hopes to pursue a Bachelors of Science degree in Mathematics and Computer Science.
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