- A set of twins have won the hearts of many with their rare photos
- Kwabena Atta Panyin, shared photos of himself and his 'soulmate', Kwabena Atta Kakra in a Facebook group
- The two comedy actors continue to receive accolades online for their Humanity, refined dark complexion and looks
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A set of twins who are local Ghanaian comedy actors have gained online prominence for their dark complexion and adorable looks after their photos surfaced online.
While they are yet to gain national interest, Kwabena Atta Panyin and his twin brother, Kwabena Atta Kakra have already mesmerised hearts but not with their comedy skits. Perhaps not yet.
From Mankessim in the Central region, Kwabena Atta Panyin, who works as a pupil teacher and his ‘soulmate’ have gained traction for their outstanding looks with a unique photo.
Kwabena Atta Panyin shared this photo online:
The set of twins won the internet when the shared a bare-chested photo of themselves in a Facebook page which had many especially ladies drooling over their flawless dark skins.
Many have celebrate their humanity, existence and Blackness with remarkable comments after their adorable photos surfaced online.
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Meanwhile, a 16-year-old girl identified as Leticia Vidza from Cape Coast, Central region, who was compelled to curtail her education after she lost her sight four years ago has had her vision restored.
Leticia Vidza underwent a 30-minute surgery performed by a combined team of American and Ghanaian doctors to remove a cataract from both eyes at the Cape Coast Teaching Hospital (CCTH).
The 16-year-old girl benefited from eye specialists performing free eye operations on some 600 patients with eye defects.
Vidza could not hide her joy with tears running down her cheeks at seeing once again after the plasters were taken off.
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