Kakamega ‘Twins’ Reunite After 19 Years

Two ‘identical twins’ reunite after 19 years of living in separate homes. They were reunited by a popular social media platform, Facebook.

The two, Sharon Mathias and Melon Lutenyo, who were reunited on Tuesday at Furfural village, were born at the Kakamega Provincial General Hospital, which is currently called Kakamega County Referral Hospital.

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Rosemary Onyango, who has been staying with Melon believes that Sharon is also her biological daughter. She claims that she had gone to deliver triplets but after the Caesarian section, the nurses told her she had delivered twins.

Two ‘identical twins’ were reunited by a popular social media platform, Facebook, after 19 years of living in separate homes.

The two, Sharon Mathias and Melon Lutenyo, who were reunited on Tuesday at Furfural village, were born at the Kakamega Provincial General Hospital, which is currently called Kakamega County Referral Hospital.

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Rosemary Onyango, who has been staying with Melon believes that Sharon is also her biological daughter. She claims that she had gone to deliver triplets but after the Caesarian section, the nurses told her she had delivered twins.

 It is at this point that Melon decided to send Sharon a friend request on Facebook.

“First, I thought someone had hacked my account because she looked exactly like me and even wore clothes similar to mine,” Sharon narrated.

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Melon and her sister Mevies Imbaya later decided to travel to the city in order to meet Sharon.

The three now want a DNA test conducted to confirm whether they are biologically related.

“We are so fond of each other that whatever way that the DNA might go, we shall always be together because ours is a beautiful story,” Mevies told Daily Nation.

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