Mothers in Kakamega twins saga speak for the first during emotional reunion [Photos]

Their daughters who bear striking resemblance may have been switched at birth 19 years ago

Mothers in Kakamega twins saga speak for the first during emotional reunion [Photos]

Emotions ran high as Rosemary Khaveveli and Angelina Omina the two mothers caught bup in the Kakamega twins saga met for the first time, breaking their silence in the saga that has got the whole country talking.

A tense Khaveleli confirmed that “We have never met. I do not know what I will do when I see her”.

Their meeting at Standard Group offices was full of tension with so many questions beckoning for answers: answers that can only be provided after a DNA test on the three children.

Khaveleli who was first to arrive was joined by Rosemary with pin-drop silence engulfing the room, their facial expressions changing from a blank look, to excitement, then anxiety.

Overcome by emotions, Angelina shed tears which she rapidly wiped.

“What do I say, fellow woman? What is this that has happened to us?” Rosemary whispered.

Angelina said nothing; wiping more tears with the back of her hand.

The three children caught up in the saga Melon Lutenyo, Sharon Mathias and Melvis Imaya watched in silence as their mothers got acquainted.

Their story dates back to nineteen years ago when they were born in the same hospital and could have been separated at birth.

Angelina and Rosemary gave birth two days apart with the latter being given two girls who she named Melvis and Melon. Angelina named her baby Sharon.

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