Conjoined Twins Abandoned by Parents Get Job With Two Salaries
- Two Indians twins who are conjoined at birth have gotten a job as electricians in a Power company in India
- The 19 years-olds will be paid N55,000 separately to work in the company's control room as electricians
- The duo have both earned a diploma in a school in Indian where they say their teachers supported them greatly
Sohna and Mohna Singh, conjoined twins, who were abandoned by their parents have landed their job as electricians with two salaries.
India’s Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) has hired the 19 year olds to look after their control room for about N55,000 a month.
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The twins said:
“We are thankful to the Punjab government for recognizing our talent,” the twins said in a joint statement.
The Chief Managing Director of PSPCL said that Sohna and Mohna had shown their talent during a visit to the corporation’s training site. The twins each have obtained a diploma in electronics, according to the Telegraph.
No chance of separation
They were born in 2003 in New Delhi where doctors said they shared a single liver, spleen, gallbladder and a pair of legs. According to the doctors, they could not be separated due to high mortality for both of them.
Sohna and Mohna thanked their teachers for helping them learn independence, and also said they would “work hard with utmost sincerity and dedication.”
Twin sisters graduate from the university
Legit.ng reported that a young lady, Oluyale Juliet, has taken to LinkedIn to celebrate bagging a first-class degree from the Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA) on Friday, November 26 with a 4.89 CGPA.
That was not all. Her twin sister, Kehinde, also finished from the same university with first-class as she got 4.82 CGPA. She prayed for other twins out there who want to be like them.
Coming back to school with a very determined mind, the lady read hard, wrote make-up tests, and submitted all missed assignments to keep up.