- The photos of twin sisters who became medical doctors together have gone viral on Twitter
- Many who commented on their pictures wished them well, as some appreciated their beauty
- There were some tweeps who jokingly said they were sick, asking the sisters to attend to them
A woman with the Twitter handle @Sentie_Motloi has come on the platform to celebrate her twin sisters as they achieved great academic success together.
According to her, the twins became medical doctors on the same day, saying that God has done it for their family all again.
@Sentie_Motloi shared two photos showing the ladies holding their medical tags. One of the frames had them all smiling in their doctors' garbs.
Their photos have generated massive reactions on Twitter with many marvelling at their success and how it is wonderful that they achieved the same feat together as twins.
See her post below:
As at the time of writing this report, their photos have gone viral, gathering over 68,000 likes and close to 5,000 retweets on Twitter.
Legit.ng compiled some of their reactions below:
"Congratulations great twins of grace... Greater heights and greater you guys!"
"If they are not on any social media platform then how do i get hold of them when i need help with my health."
"Congratulations. Greater heights by God's Grace always."
"I think I have big problem, when I see people they say are twins I see two different faces that are not even close. Maybe I saw something in people faces. Yet Big Congratulations for both of you."
"They're also gorgeous and smile like life is nothing but joy. Congrats to their mother (you!) for making it, raising them so that they get to be who they are! Blessings."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that parenting more than one even demands much more. That was some of the reactions of tweeps as photos of Nigerian triplets surfaced on Twitter.
On Sunday, November 1, one of the trio posted that it was their birthday as he asked people to say a prayer for them, adding that they were all very "thankful for life".
What drew the reactions of many was not just the post but that the triplets sort of recreated their childhood photo.
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