- A set of Nigerian twins called Hussain and Hassan has shared photos of their drawing on their social media pages
- Hussain and Hassan sketched themselves on a sheet of paper at the same time
- Nigerians hailed the young men as they shared lovely comments
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A set of Nigerian twins called Hussain and Hassan has stunned internet users with their creative talents.
The identical brothers took to their pages on the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to share a photo of their artwork.
In the photo of the artwork they shared online, the brothers who seemed to be artists collaborated with each other as they sketched themselves on a sheet of paper.
According to Hussain, they sketched themselves at the same time, to the amazement of Nigerians.
He also shared a photo of him and his brother sitting together with a pencil in their hands. they both had their hands on a paper as each person sketched himself.
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Nigerians, who couldn't get over the artistic skills of the brothers, took to their comment section to hail them.
Some were amazed by the fact that they drew themselves at the same time while others wondered how they could be both talented in the same thing.
Read some comments below:
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that a talented man Muhammad converted a Volkswagen Beetle into Rolls Royce replica.
In a tweet shared by Africa Facts Zone, it was revealed that Muhammad converted an old Volkswagen Beetle vehicle into a Rolls Royce replica.
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Pictures of the Nigerian standing proudly with his creation were shared on the micro-messaging platform.
In another story, a talented Nigerian artist got people talking on social media with her drawings.
The lady identified as Oyindamola Oyewumi is a self-taught ballpoint pen artist who showed off her creativity with some beautiful drawings.
She shared her works on Twitter and asked users of the micro-blogging site to give her one thousand retweets as a sign of appreciating the pieces of art and Nigerians came through for her.
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