- Lilylively Gh and her twin sister marked their leap birthday after waiting for four good years
- Lilylively Gh shared stunning images of herself and her twin sister to mark their special day
- The twin sisters celebrated their leap birthday on Saturday, February 29, 2020
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After years of having to wait to celebrate their birthday, Lilylively Gh and her beautiful twin sister finally got to mark their leap year birthday.
In honour of their momentous occasion, Lilylively Gh shared admirable images of herself and her twin sister to mark their special day.
After 4 years of waiting, Lilylively Gh couldn’t wait to celebrate another pivotal day in their lives.
She shared gorgeous images of herself and twin sister to mark and immortalise their birthday.
Lilylively Gh and her twin celebrated their leap birthday on Saturday February 29, 2020, and she took to a popular Facebook group to celebrate their day while urging members of the group to help them express thanks to God.
''We're +1 today. We've waited for 4 years for this special day. Please bless us some wai.
#TWINS,'' she said in a post on Facebook.
Lilylively Gh admirable photos generated some endearing reactions on social media after she posted the images online.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh previously reported that Mfantsiman Girls Senior High School at Saltpond in the Central region has been adjudged winner of the 23rd National Senior High School Debate.
The 23rd National Senior High School Debate was held at the Great Hall of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) in Kumasi on Friday, February 28, 2020.
As part of the nationwide debate competition, Mfantsiman Girls SHS, which was the winner for the southern sector faced fierce competition from Yaa Asantewaa Girls SHS, the winner for the Northern sector.
The motion for the debate was ''Technology makes humans physically and mentally dormant''. Mfantsiman Girls Senior High School spoke against the motion while Yaa Asantewaa supported it.
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