- Photos of the fastest sisters in the world, known as the Dibaba sisters from Ethiopia, have surfaced online.
- One of the sisters, Tirunesh, currently holds the world record for the 5000m and the 10,000m races.
- The story and the photos of the sisters have attracted praises from people all over the world.
The Dibaba sisters from Ethiopia are on record as the fastest family in the world, YEN.com.gh can report.
They are also on record as the only siblings in the world to hold concurrent world titles and together have four Olympic gold medals, two silver, three bronze and fifteen world championships.
The sisters, Tirunesh, Genzebe, Anna and Melat have established themselves as forces to reckon with in athletics at the international level.
Tirunesh, YEN.com.gh understands, previously held the record as the winner of the 10,000m distance race and is still the holder of the 5000m distance record with a time of 14:11:15.
Photos of the sisters surfaced online and social media users were full of admiration for the beauty and accomplishments:
Taye expressed pride at their achievements.
Asrat expressed the same sentiment and added that they are beautiful.
Sahele prayed for more successes for the sisters.
To Geberewold, they are queens and God would bless their family.
Wakjira added they have made Ethiopia a leader in athletics.
In other news, the minister of trade and industry, Alan Kyeremanten, has commissioned West Africa’s largest steel factory at Kpone in the Greater Accra region.
The factory falls under the One District One Factory (1DF1) project. The factory, which would produce iron, aside steel, cost $80 million and is owned and operated by B5 Plus Limited.
Kyeremanten applauded the management of B5 Plus for their efforts and added that the factory would play an important role in Ghana’s development agenda.
The company is set to provide about 3000 direct jobs and a minimum of 10,000 indirect jobs. About 1,200 workers have already been employed and Ghana is set to save about $100 million in foreign exchange.
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