The two lookalike teenage girls from Kakamega county, who are at the center of a paternity controversy, have thrilled the online community with their silky synchronized dance moves.
While appearing as guests on Radio Maisha on Friday morning, Melon Lutenyo and Sharon Mathias, together with their other sister Mevies Imbaya, were challenged to the dance floor by show hosts MCA Tricky and Mabruk.
The three took up the challenge and pulled off an impressive display.
— Radio Maisha (@radiomaisha) April 19, 2019
The video thrilled online users who were clearly impressed.
“Hii ni tricky Sana,” wrote Deejay Komzy @Davidkoome16.
“Are they really students?” commented nyawara reagan @nyawarareagan
“Tamu tena sana,” wrote David Neto CS @tonjedi.
Melon and Sharon have been on the headlines for the past few days after their intriguing story broke.
Their striking resemblance has led to suspicions that the two girls, who were born in the same hospital to different mothers 19 years ago, may actually be twins who were separated at birth.
On Wednesday the Kenya Medical Research Institute (Kemri) expressed willingness to fund a DNA testing process to determine if the two girls are related.
Then in fresh twist to the saga, the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) on Thursday asked the families involved to make a report at its offices in Kakamega town.
In a tweet, the DCI said that “forensic investigations will establish if any criminal act was committed or any mitigating circumstances that may have led to the present status”.