Angeline Omina, the mother of Melvies Imbaya, one of the so-called Kakamega twins, has made a passionate appeal for help from well-wishers.

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Speaking to Media Max-owned television station K24 TV, the lady who lives in Kawangware, a suburb in Nairobi, appealed to a well-wisher to help her revive her business.

"That is my only appeal, to get a well-wisher who can help me revive my business ("Haja yangu ni hiyo biashara tu at least nipate msamaria ule anaweza niinua kibiashara, " she appealed.

Omina said that her business had collapsed in the wake of the DNA test that was done on the three girls and she was not in a position to revive it.

She lives in poverty in a corrugated iron room.

The DNA test found that Sharon, who she had been living with, was not her biological daughter.

It established that Melvies Imbaya, who has reportedly refused to stay with her, was her biological daughter.

The collapse of the business has now put her in a precarious financial situation as she is not even in a position to send the three girls bus fare to come to see her.

She said that the revelation that Sharon was not her biological daughter hit her hard and has left her unable to cope mentally.