BY DAPO AKINREFON
THEY are identical twin brothers married to twin sisters and they share a lot in common. Born over four decades ago to Mr and Mrs Oluwafunso, Messrs Taiwo and Kehinde Oluwafunso, who hail from Ibadan, Oyo State, run Twin Action-Aid, an NGO specifically set up to see to the welfare of twins. In this encounter, they reveal a lot about themselves and the Panafest colloquium among other issues. Enjoy your read:
Who are the twins?
The only time we were separated was when one of us attended the Polytechnic Ibadan, while the other was admitted to a College of Education in Lagos. After this, we both attended the Lagos State University. Our parents encouraged us to do things in common. In all that we do, we discovered that God was taking us somewhere.
Being identical, do people find it difficult to differentiate the both of you?
find it difficult to differentiate ourselves. We are identical and this has opened doors for us. We have also ensured that we positively affect the lives of those around us because of our upbringing. One thing that has been working for us is our identical features.
Did you at any time work in the same place, since you do things together?
Tell us the story of how you meet your spouses?