Kakamega twins Sharon, Melon and Melvis do not want media exposure anymore.
According to a report released by the families involved, the girls want to settle and go back to school.
Speaking after a lengthy discussion with the families, Kakamega County police commander Bernard Muli stated that the issues had been resolved noting that further disruption and intrusion would overwhelm the girls.
“The girls have been so traumatized by what has happened to them and want to settle and report back to school to continue with their studies. They do not want their photos in the media anymore. Let’s respect that because these incidents are causing the girls and their families a lot of trauma,” Muli explained
Since the DNA results were released officially last week and biological parents and siblings distinguished, drama started emerging between the two families.
The earlier agreement was that the three girls would stay together as that was their wish.
However, it was reported on Thursday that Angelina Omina from Kangemi, the biological mother of Mevis Imbaya forcefully took her daughter in a dramatic scene and went to an undisclosed location.
She had allegedly cited that the families of the twins were piling pressure on her daughter to stay with them.
However, police traced her and took them to the Children’s Protection Unit at the Kakamega Police Station.
Omulama, her daughter Mevis and the twins Sharon and Melon were accommodated at the station overnight as consultations ensued to resolve the issue.
Mevis’s father, Wilson Lutah Maruti spoke to journalists confirming that the families had met and agreed to let the girls live together to avoid confusing them – which was what the girls had wanted from the onset.
“As parents of the girls, we would like to see our children live together and continue with their studies uninterrupted. We want the girls to be together because that is their wish,” he conveyed.
The fathers revealed that the girls would be reporting to school on Monday adding that a church organization had offered to pay school fees for the three girls.