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Twin brothers bags Law degree with first-class, gets called to bar as Lawyers at the same time

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 Solictors 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. 

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”Honestly, it feels so good and we are so elated that we were able to make the first-class grade. It is amazing when someone aims for a goal, works towards it, and eventually clinches the goal.” Kehinde told Punch. ”. This really gladdens my heart. I feel accomplished. It’s a dream come true,” Taiwo added.


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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.

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But they have always been drawn to the idea of becoming a lawyer since they were young, and the desire only grew stronger over time until they decided to study Law.  The Sanuade brothers stated that achieving an excellent grade was without any pressure.

Kehinde said they were never pressured with their studies as they knew what they wanted, and reminded themselves of their dream which often reignited their quest for excellence. He added that they did the things within their means to actualize it and left it all in God’s hands.


Taiwo stated that he sacrificed his comfort when he had to study even when it was not convenient for him while Kehinde also said the same thing adding that he made sure to defy the odds while also enjoying the university.

Taiwo said he wants to focus on commercial law and tax law after bar and he would like to gather more theoretical and practical knowledge in those areas of Law. He added that he would like to join academia as a lecturer.

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Kehnde on the other hand said he would focus on Criminal law and criminology and he would like to explore the various sides of Law before deciding on his most preferred area of interest.

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