- Twin brothers Abdul-Rahman Ishaak and Abdul-Rahim Ishaak have clinched the 2023 valedictorian and salutatorian titles at UMaT
- Abdul-Rahman bagged an 88.79 CWA, while his twin, Abdul-Rahim, graduated with a CWA of 88.67 from the Ghanaian university
- After their achievements were published with photos online, people moved to the comments to celebrate them
Black excellence! Abdul-Rahman Ishaak and his twin brother Abdul-Rahim Ishaak have been named valedictorian and salutatorian at the University of Mines and Technology - UMaT.
Since birth, the two have been known as identical twins by family and loved ones. The duo has built the best friendship and loving aspirations, including attending university together.
Brilliant twins with good grades
Their hard work paid off when they graduated with distinction, Abdul-Rahman graduating as valedictorian with his brother Abdul-Rahim emerging as salutatorian.
While they look alike, they graduated with different cumulative weighted averages (CWA). Abdul-Rahman earned an 88.79 CWA, while his twin, Abdul-Rahim, graduated with a CWA of 88.67. They both graduated with BSc degrees in Mining Engineering.
The dynamic duo recently attended their graduation at the 15th UMaT Congregation.
See their photos below:
Check out how people celebrated the twin brothers
Many showered the pair with congratulatory messages. Legit.ng captured some here.
Joseph Amonoo Ampah reacted:
Fantastic, keep it up.
Abdul Rauf Osman commented:
Oteng Amponsah Enock said:
Wow! Congratulations to them both, and I can’t even see the difference. Looks to me like a mirror of his own self.
Lambon Abubakar reacted:
Margaret Arkoh indicated:
Wow, wow, congratulations. This is indeed great. Well done guys.
Khîňg Qwæmë Jnr commented:
Congratulations, twins, a milestone accomplished.
Believe Adzika said:
Congratulations guys. Go higher.
Osuani Synt Kizito posted:
Congratulations, the year of twins as valedictorian. Same in Knust as well.
Jocelyn Appiah Dankwah stated:
Congratulations, you both did well.
Nana Ama Owusu commented:
Seidu Mahama indicated:
Twin sisters became best students
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a pair of twin sisters from Nigeria achieved incredible academic success, as they both graduated with first-class honours from the University of Ilorin (UNILORIN) in Kwara state.
The twins shared a photo of themselves on social media, wearing their graduation robes and holding their certificates.