- Two sets of twins recently got married to each other in Lagos state
- Twin sisters identified as Eunice and Bernice got married to twin brothers, Tayeolu and Kehinde
- The twin couples also had a set of twin brothers as their best men
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Earlier on, Legit.ng reported the news of how a set of twin brothers recently left social media in awe and amazed after they engaged a set of twin sisters in a beautiful traditional ceremony.
Well, the twin couples recently got married a lovely white wedding ceremony at the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Tribe of Judah, Lagos, leaving social media users stunned once again.
The Ayansola twins, Tayelolu Joshua and Kehinde Caleb got married to twin brides identified as Taiwo Eunice and Kehinde Bernice Elejofi. What left social media buzzing was the fact that the twin couples used another set of twin brothers as their best men.
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The beautiful event was actually a celebration of twins. The groomsmen were Elijah and Enoch Olatunji, a set of identical twins who cannot be told apart.
The Ayansolas revealed that their search for love was not easy.
They met several twin sisters and were in earlier relationships with two which hit the rocks. According to Taiwo, the last relationships they had were emotionally stressful as they struggled with them right from the start.
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Meanwhile, children often come with responsibility and for the Offors, theirs is one house that is certainly filled with many responsibilities that have to do with child caring.
Chidinma Offor was the talk of many on social media after she welcomed a set of quadruplets; three girls and a boy in 2019. Well, the 25-year-old lady who is now a mother of six, having produced a set of twins in her first pregnancy, is celebrating their first birthday.
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