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24-year-old Twin sisters bags masters degree at US university, sets record

24-year-old Twin sisters, Keyara and Teyara Watson-Love have graduated from Lamar University, Texas in the United States with a master’s degree in Speech-Pathology.

Keyara and Teyara Watson-Love are twins from Houston, Texas. They both earned a Master’s degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Lamar University in the United States. They set a record as part of the three percent of African American women in this profession, according to Black News.

 Keyara and Teyara have always been excellent in their academics as they graduated from High School with the highest honors and were in the top 10 percent of their graduating class.

After graduating high school, they proceeded to Texas Woman’s University where they earned their Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders of Oral Health with Summa Cum Laude and Magna Cum Laude honors respectively.



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The twins credited their parents for their success stating that they have always wanted and encouraged them to get an education.  While in high school, they were involved in extracurricular activities.

They were involved in organizations like CAID and SOCS focused on speech and hearing sciences. The twins chose Speech-Language Pathology as their major because they have a strong desire to assist others and contribute to their communities.

They added that they chose the profession because they find communication difficulties interesting.


The Watson-Love twins also mentioned that their grandmother taught them, that they want to be as much of a help to others as she was to the ones she knew and cared for.

They stated that they are also passionate about increasing the diversity and representation of African American women in Speech-Language Pathology.


In another story, twin brothers, Sanuade Taiwo and Kehinde bagged their Law degree with first class at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria, and were called into the Nigerian bar as Lawyers at the same time.

Sanuade Taiwo and Kehinde obtained their bachelor’s degree in Law at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria before they proceeded to the Nigerian Law School they were called to bar as Barristers and Solicitors of the Supreme Court of Nigeria.

Kehinde shared their achievement on his Twitter celebrating them of graduating as first-class Lawyers. They both graduated from Law School with second-class upper honors.

The twins stated that they both set their goal to graduate from the University of Ibadan with a first-class upon their enrollment. They said they cannot pinpoint exactly what inspired them to pursue a career in Law. Read more about the Sanuade Twins HERE.

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