- A photo has surfaced of twin brothers who reportedly gave birth on the same day
- Sa’ad and Sa’id also reportedly married twins on the same day
- The stunning photo shows the duo carrying their adorable babies in their arms while in matching attires
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An awe-inspiring photo has emerged of male twins who reportedly got married to two female twins and have also delivered sets of twins respectively.
The pair, identified as Sa’ad and Sa’id, were pictured in a recent frame with their new babies.
While YEN.com.gh cannot independently verify the story nor its accompanying photo, the men and their adorable twins have gained traction on social media.
In the goose-bump raising image making the rounds on social media, the new twin fathers are seen carrying their beautiful babies in their arms.
The proud twin dads were pictured attired in matching long thobes with an accompanying cap.
In the photo, the father who sat on the left is seen with his babies dressed in similar white outfits. The one who sat next to him is seen with his cute babies donned in colourful outfits.
YEN.com.gh sighted the stunning frame after a young man with the Twitter handle, OvieSheikh, shared the image on social media.
The photo has erupted tons of reactions beneath the post.
In another story, a single mother with the Twitter name, tha_ashcash, has proudly gushed about her academic milestone along with stunning graduation frames.
The mother of two handsome boys posed alongside her children in the impressive photos. tha_ashcash revealed she has successfully graduated from a renowned university with a Bachelor’s degree in Health Science.
Her story is truly motivating because of the challenges working and single mothers have been coping with in the modern world.
It has been even more difficult for tha_ashcash because one of her kids has a disability.
Women like her are combining their education or studies with household chores while raising tomorrow’s leaders.
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