The Directorate of Criminal Investigation (DCI) has weighed on the matter involving two identical twins Kakamega appealing for their families to file a report.
DCI also believes that forensic investigations will establish if any criminal act was committed or any mitigating circumstances may have led to the present status.
“The attention of the DCI Kenya has been drawn to the highly publicized story of the Kakamega twin puzzle. We believe the forensic investigation will establish if any criminal act was committed or any mitigating circumstances that may have led to the present status.” Said the DCI
How the Kakamega twin saga came up
The Kakamega twin saga came up after two girls Sharon Mathias and Melon Lutenyo suspected to have been separated at birth.
The two reunited in Kakamega County last week and pleaded to well wish to enable them to conduct a DNA test.
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Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI) volunteered to fund the DNA testing process to create closure for the interested parties.
Both girls are KCSE candidates at different schools in Kakamega County and would like the matter to be cleared as soon as possible before sitting for their National Exams.
Sharon and Melon also express a dilemma from both their parents who would like to know their identities.