Good-Looking Twins With 'Shark' Brains Graduate As Medical Doctors, Netizens React To Photos: “Good Work Done”

Good-Looking Twins With 'Shark' Brains Graduate As Medical Doctors, Netizens React To Photos: “Good Work Done”

  • Patricia Ampofo, a determined woman from Ghana and her twin brother served as role models for many after they earned their medical degrees
  • Patricia tweeted about their remarkable accomplishments while they were dressed in white coats
  • After she announced their academic milestones with the adorable images, netizens hailed them in the comments section

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It inspired many when Patricia Ampofo, a determined Ghanaian woman, and her diligent twin brother realised their dreams of becoming doctors.

Patricia announced their accomplishments on social media after they became doctors in 2022.

Patricia and her twin brother rock white coats

The pair wore white coats in numerous pictures on her Twitter account, creating beautiful memories.

Photos of Ghanaian twins.
Photos of the Ghanaian twins who graduated as medical doctors. Photo credit: @ampofo_patricia.
Source: UGC

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Sharing the adorable images online, she left details of where they earned their certificates to become qualified health practitioners.

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''MY TWIN BROTHER AND I ARE DOCTORS,'' her caption read on Twitter.

Patricia and her twin brother beamed with smiles in their white coats in the images, which received praise from netizens.

See the photos below:

Netizens hail Patricia and her twin brother

@dr_amanski said:

"Congratulations to you two."

@ampofo_patricia replied:

"Thank you."

@saviou_rrr said:

"Waited six years to post this."

@ampofo_patricia replied:

"I really did."

@blackcsson commented:

"Congratulations, Dr Patrick and Dr Patricia."

@fixondennis posted:

"Congratulations. You guys want to twin in everything."

@2legit2Quit_Now said:

"Congratulations! Money is good."

@drayyyy22 reacted:

Great news. Good work done.

@Kwame_jn said:

"Congrats to you all."

Former Ashesi University student starts his law firm

Still, on achievements, Briefly News reported that Ashesi University alumnus, Prince Acquaye, established a law firm called Corporate and Allied Attorneys after graduating from the prestigious Ghana-based school.

He accomplished this after taking action to fulfil his childhood dream of becoming a lawyer.

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When Acquaye initially enrolled at the university to pursue the Management Information Systems program, he had given up the goal of becoming a lawyer.

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Also, Briefly News reported that Anthony Dzamefe's rocky entrepreneurial path began at a young age with his birth mother in Ho, in Ghana's Volta Region.

At the time, he barely understood what it took to start, run and maintain a business.

He knew that his mother's business endeavours were survival strategies that required his and his three brothers' assistance.

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Source: YEN.com.gh

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Denika Herbst (Editor) Denika Herbst is a Human Interest writer at Briefly News. She is also an Industrial Sociologist with a master's degree in Industrial Organisational and Labour Studies from the University of Kwa-Zulu Natal, which she completed in 2020. She is now a PhD candidate at UKZN. Denika has over five years of experience writing for Briefly News (joined in 2018), and a short time writing for The South African. You can reach her via: denika.herbst@briefly.co.za.

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