While it all unfolded like a scene from the movie, the story of two identical teens, Sharon Mathias and Melon Lutenyo believed to be twins might actually end up on the big screen.
This was after the girls who are a carbon copy of each other revealed they were already working on a script which, if their dreams come true, will be produced into a movie recapping their lives.
Speaking to Standard on Friday, April 19, the girls said the movie will be called The Lost Twins in which one of the lost twins will be raised by a rich family while the other by a poor family.
“We are writing a script about the story of our life and we will act the three of us, in that movie one of us will be humble while the other will be outgoing and rude,” explained the twins.
“The outgoing one will be coming from a rich family while the humble one will be coming from a poor family and dedicated to church,” they added.
The third girl caught in the middle of the mystery, Mavies Lutenyo, will also have a role to play in the movie.
According to the girls, Mavies will be tasked with guiding her sister who is outgoing and rude while trying to teach her how to be humble.
“The one from the rich family will be outgoing and loves attending functions, that is where they will be meeting and when she does something wrong, the one from the poor family will be reprimanded instead,” explained the girls.
“Mavies will act as a sister to the outgoing one where her role will be correcting her sister and trying to show her how to be humble,” said Melon.
A DNA test which is expected out between 30 and 60 days to unriddle the puzzle was conducted in Pathologists Lancet Kenya laboratories on Friday, April 19.
Prior report by TUKO.co.ke indicated the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) appealed to the families concerned to report to their Kakamega offices to facilitate investigations.
According to the family, Melon’s mother, who was expecting triplets, gave birth to twins on August 15, 1999, at Kakamega County Referral Hospital.
Two decades later, Sharon and Melon met on Facebook, an emotional event that left two families seeking answers over the unusual event.
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