- Extremely attractive snaps of three Ghanaian sets of twins have popped up on social media
- The admirable frames show male twins and two sets of female twins rocking beautiful African prints as they beamed with broad smiles
- The snaps have triggered powerful reactions on social media
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There’s no trace of doubt that almost everybody loves twins, and these stunning frames of three Ghanaian sets of twins confirm this narrative.
While many continue to hold unconfirmed beliefs about twins, they are generally adorable people.
Some people believe the false perception or claim that twins have telepathy prowess with the special ability to communicate through their thoughts other than their known senses.
The stunning photos of the three sets of twins have sparked conversations around many myths or perceptions, including some endearing remarks as well.
In the photos being widely circulated, the three sets of twins are seen attired in African prints with broad smiles as the trio of twins beamed for the camera. YEN.com.gh gathered that they are from the Central Region in Ghana.
The photos have erupted with commentaries on social media. Below are some of the interesting remarks:
Boateng Ransford shared his own personal account. He wrote:
''We are three sets but I lost my other pair...from the same mum.''
Itz Mira requested from God to bless her with twins:
''My wish dear God please bless me some.''
Kwabena Sam simply wrote:
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh reported that celebrated gospel musician, Nii Okai, has posed in stunning snaps with his son as he celebrates his child’s new age. The Ghanaian gospel minister’s son turns 9 years old today and he has taken to social media to celebrate him.
Sharing the news about his son’s new age, the Woana Na hitmaker expressed intense gratitude to God for adding another year to his son’s age.
In another story, a young businessman simply known as Ebenezer who sells coconut at Saint Johns near Achimota in Accra, has opened up about his business and how it transformed him.
Ebenezer revealed that he completed senior secondary school, but due to financial difficulties he decided to start a business as a coconut seller. Speaking in an interview with Kingsmotion TV, he revealed that he makes between GHc330 to GHc500 when business is very slow.
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