- A Facebook user shared adorable photos of the set of twins into a popular Facebook group
- Their mother Judith Nwokocha is a 38-year-old Nigerian based in Canada
- She works as a professional photographer with years of experience
- She gave birth to the twins in 2016 with two different colours, her son black and daughter with albinism
Stunning photos of rare twins born with different skin colours have popped up on social media after a Ghanaian, Robert Kofi, shared exceptionally beautiful photos of the twins into a popular social media group.
According to the poster, the cute babies are the most beautiful set of twins he has ever seen.
YEN.com.gh gathered the mother of the twins, Judith Nwokocha was equally surprised when her babies turned out with two different colours, her son being black and her daughter with albinism.
The 38-year-old mother, a native of Nigeria, who currently works as a professional photographer in Canada was stunned when she gave birth in 2016.
Nwokocha would be raising her lovely toddlers for people to know how beautiful they are, despite being born different.
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The exceptionally beautiful photos of the twins have awed some Ghanaians after Robert Kofi, a social media user posted their photos on a popular Facebook group page 'Tell it All', and many shared the thought that the twins are a rare ''miracle.''
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