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“Even if I get a boyfriend, my twin sister must know all that he does with me all the time and I get to know about her too,” Sarah says.
According to Kato, he is ever in trouble because of Wasswa. Whenever Wasswa does something wrong, the teachers end up punishing Kato.
Babirye says there is a boy who sits between them, although she loves sitting with her brother which is done is some subjects.
On Saturday, DNA results from the Lancet laboratories in Nairobi showed that the Kakamega girls are identical twins.
The festival will see twins participate in numerous fun-packed activities on Sunday at Mandela Stadium, Namboole.
Fr. Joseph Mary Kato and Sister Maria Josephine Babirye refer to themselves as their family's tithe ('Ekimu eky'ekumi').
Born nine minutes apart in September last year, the twins were born by Caesarean section.
Their mother Nalongo Ssenyonjo says she cannot tell the boys apart
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