Nearly two years after the Kakamega Twins saga that got the country’s attention for days, the families of the three girls, Mevis, Melon and Sharon have nothing to smile about, as they struggle to make a living without a constant source of income.
The story that surprised many after becoming headlines in all media outlets about 20 year twin sisters and another 20 year old girl who were mistakenly changed at birth with another.This is after DNA taken proved that the two girls were biological sisters and infact twins while one was not
Kakamega twins- Sharon Mathias and Melon Lutenyo made the headline a few months ago when they two connected courtesy of social media The look-alike twins said they connected on Facebook, organized a meeting before it was later confirmed that they were twins.
Many things have taken place in the country and some will remain as tales to the next generation. In 2019, the news of separated Kakamega twins broke the internet with many questions crossing Kenyans minds. Questions that still remain unanswered on how the twins got to different destinations and mothers. Sharon Mathius and Melon Lutenyo were found to be biological twin sisters after a DNA test was carried out. The two first met on social media (Facebook) where both of them allegedly accused each other of using
The cases of children theft at birth have been on the rise not only in Kenya but the whole world at large, expectant mothers have been advised to be very careful when delivering so as not to lose their children but it becomes difficult as they are tired after delivering which makes the crime continue. There are several cases of child theft that have been reported around the country but Nairobi county is tge leading one especially the Pumwani hospital has been on tv several times over such incidences not once
It is always a wish for the expectant mother to return with her bundle of joy after giving birth but this did not happen for these two families. The news of separated twins made headlines in the country in 2019. Their resemblance is what got people talking. Even before carrying out the DNA, many knew they are biological sisters. The ladies identified as Sharon Mathius and Melon Lutenyo got to different destinations when they were still young. The mothers who were taking care of them revealed that they gave
Melon Lutenyo and Mevis Mbaya It's almost two years since two girls who grew without knowing each other like sister came to realise that they were born twins. The two were born from the same hospital on Kakamega. The two never believed until a DNA test was carried out and confirmed that they were indeed twins. How they were separated at birth remains a mystery to date. Melon Lutenyo, Sharon Mathias and Mevis Mbaya After becoming famous for their mysterious connection they two are now leaving in a harsh times.
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
Do You Remember The 'Kakamega Twins'? See What Has Befallen Them As They Await KCSE Exams Next Month
The famous Kakamega twins that hit news headlines sometimes back are at it again but this time round not for good reasons. The girls who came to discover that they are biological sisters after DNA test despite having been raised by different parents are now facing challenges paying school fees and also struggling to make ends meet. The mother of the two identical twins Rosemary Khavele has now come out clear and confessed that she is having a hard time providing for the girls single handedly without any help.
Two years since the Kakamega Twins canard that caught the country’s interest for quite a while, the families of the three ladies, Mevis, Melon and Sharon have nothing to be happy about, as they toil to make a money without a steady source of revenue. Rosemary Khavelele who delivered Sharon Mathias and Melon Lutenyo but brought up Melon and Mevis Mbaya says that she has been going through a difficult time putting food on the table for the three girls on her own without any assistance. She alleges that a number
Two years after their joyful reunion, Sharon Mathias, Melvis Mbaya, and Melon Lutenyo have nothing to smile about. Sharon and Melvis, popularly known as Kakamega Twins were reunited in 2019 after they were mistakenly exchanged at birth. The twins who hail from Kakamega County received hundreds of pledges to enable them to complete their studies and, make their lives easier. Two years later the girls are still toiling hard to put food on the table. According to Rosemary Khavelele, the mother of the wins, she