- WW Twinz, a popular set of twins in Ghana have opened up about their business, life, family and friends
- According to the two ladies, they are so identical that their friends and even parents are unable to tell the difference at times
- They went on to recount the advantages and disadvantages that come with having another person that looks exactly like you
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Wendy and Wonder, two highly identical twins in Ghana popularly known as the WW Twinz have narrated how it feels like to be twins and run their business together.
The WW Twinz started the breathtaking interview by indicating that it feels awkward at times being an identical twin as you are always the centre of attraction and need to answer questions wherever you go.
They recounted occasions on which they would not be in a good mood but people who spot them would always come to speak with them and ask them the same routine questions as "Are you twins?" "How does it feel like?" and others.
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Wendy and Wonder, former models, who now run their own businesses as style and beauty influencers, indicated that they would not be so glad marrying twin brothers.
They explained that already, it is hard controlling the attention they readily get wherever they go and getting twin husbands would simply worsen that predicament.
Another very interesting point made was how their own parents are sometimes unable to tell them apart.
Because they are highly identical, their friends also get confused and many times, one person is able to stand in for the other person if she is unavailable.
In another breathtaking report, a Ghanaian evangelist preaching at dawn was calmly but boldly intercepted by a local resident who was angered by the noise coming from her megaphone.
From the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Instagram handle of Facts and Truths, the time of the incident appeared to be between 4:30 am and 5:30 am.
The entire environment was admittedly silent and serene which made the megaphone announcement stand out loud amid the tranquillity.
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