Twin sisters celebrate 100th birthdays together

Twin sisters celebrate 100th birthdays together

- Social media users celebrated the 100th birthday of a pair of twins

- The post along with a picture was shared by the granny's proud granddaughter

- Many commented and retweeted, making the post go viral on Twitter

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Age isn't nothing but a number, but getting to 100 is no mean feat. A pair of twins have taken social media by storm after it was announced that they were celebrating a century on this earth.

The gogos granddaughter proudly shared a picture of them on Twitter and social media users joined her in celebrating the occasion. The woman, Twitter user @m__monroe, took to the social networking platform and posted:

"My great grandmother and her twin sister turned 100 yesterday"

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The post went viral on the platform as social media users weighed in. Twitter user MoanaLisha said:

"Why are they so cute"

Twitter user till_sexellent said:

"Wow, they look stunning. Happy birthday ladies"

Snlafaver said:

"Oh the world is blessed by these two special women. Lucky you to be their family. Happy Hundred points symbol birthday"

The women were pictured dressed in their Sunday best from head to toe, bringing truth to the expression: 'Drip is forever.'

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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Laud Anthony Basing, the Managing Director at Incas Diagnostics collaborated with the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology to produce COVID-19 test kits.

In a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on the verified Facebook page of the U.S. Embassy Ghana, it is indicated that the young man was a 2016 Mandela Washington Fellow in the Business and Entrepreneurship track at the Purdue University.

In line with Ghana's objectives in the fight against COVID 19, Anthony Basing's team aided the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) to develop a Rapid Diagnostic Test (RDT).

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