- Twin sisters in Guyana have got social media talking after welcoming their babies 13 minutes apart
- Amesha Thuesday Grant and Amela Latasha Thuesday gave birth to their babies on Wednesday, February 24
- Social media users took to the comment section to congratulate the twin sisters after Amesha made the disclosure on Facebook
Twin sisters in Guyana identified as Amesha Thuesday Grant and Amela Latasha Thuesday gave birth to their babies just 13 minutes apart on Wednesday, February 24.
The duo gave birth to a girl and a baby boy, named, Cassidy Miracle Grand and Myron Kingsley Rajgopaul.
Amela took to her Facebook page to express gratitude to God for safe delivery.
"Father I wanna thank you for bringing me and my sister through safe with our delivery, twins make twin cousins mins apart, they both would be celebrating their birthday together whiles me and my twin gone do the same."
Social media users took to the comment section of the post to congratulate the twin sisters.
Adeola Thomas wrote:
"Congratulations welcome to motherhood."
Odel Smith commented:
"That’s so so amazing, congratulations to da both of y’all hope dose guys take good care of yall."
Carmella Ramsay reacted:
"Congratulations to you both and God blessings."
In a previous report by Legit.ng, an awe-inspiring photo emerged of male twins who got married to two female twins and also delivered sets of twins respectively.
The pair, identified as Sa’ad and Sa’eed Yusuf, were pictured in a frame with their babies.
While Sa’ad’s wife gave birth to twin girls on June 15, 2015, that of Sa’eed delivered the boys on June 17, 2015.
Both wives had to be delivered of their babies through caesarean section.
“I wonder why people change the format of a story without getting in touch with the persons involved. The thing is that we’re twins, and we gave birth to twins. We’re both also married to twins. Reports that they were all born on the same date is wrong."
Tunde Ososanya, a Legit.ng editor, is a graduate of Mass Communication from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism. He's passionate about what he does and finds fulfillment in informing the people. Ososanya is the author of Later Tonight: a Collection of Short Stories.
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