In 2019, these must have been Kenyan celebs doppelgangers of the year.
Despite their stunning look-alike, one can not help but admire their adorable cute and beautiful faces.
As the science says, in every one million people, there are about 6 people who look close to your appearance.
And with 47 million, there are so many look-alikes of your faces.
Here are Kenya’s celebs better look-alike in 2019.
Joyce Omondi and Tabitha
Gospel artist Joyce Omondi met her ‘lost twin’ Tabitha in 2019.
Tabitha is a Kenyan blogger who lives in USA. She decided to make a surprise visit to Kenya, only to land at the feet of her look alike sister from another mother.
The wife to Citizen TV host Wahiga Mwaura, could not hide her Joyce but dance with fashion and delectable photos with Tabitha
Late Ken Okoth
Late Ken Okoth look alike came up few months after his death to dancer menace.
Okoth’s double was first seen during Eliud Kipchoge’s ENEOS Challenge in Vienna, Austria.
Sharon and Melon first met on Facebook, unknown to them that they were actually Twins.
Few months later, DNA tests confirmed that the 19 year old KCSE girls were indeed Twins
Here is Embakasi East MP look-alike all the way from India.
Willy Paul and Danville Msafi
Interestingly, Danville Msafi aka Dancun Otieno is from Nakuru and denied any relations to Willy Paul.
Marya and Jacqueline Mwangi
Marya is a singer while Jacqueline is an actress
Lillian Muli and Charity Kimani
Lilian Muli works as an anchor at Citizen TV while Kimani is a former news person from KTN
Jesse Kinyanjui and Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka
Jesse Kinyanjui looked so much like WIPER leader Kalonzo Musyoka which forced the elderly man to come public and denounce that he was not his father nor a relative
Jayden Smith and Comedian Njugush
Will Smith’s son Jayden Smith is a clear example of a brother born far away from his own blood.
His close resemble with Kenya’s funny man Njugush is nothing not to ignore.