The Nigerian entertainment industry is blessed with families who have welcomed twins in recent time and your faves like Funke Akindele and some others make up this list. Twins are double bundles of blessing in any home especially when they come after so many years of expectancy.
Paul Okoye: Nigerian superstar and member of defunct group P Square is blessed with twins. The twins were welcomed into the world on the 9th day of July 2017 in a hospital abroad. Nadia and Nathan are the second and third children respectively of the couple Paul and Anita Okoye after their first son.
Funke Akindele: Funke Akindele is one of the strong forces to be reckoned with the new Nollywood. In fact of recent, her newest film Omo Ghetto Saga beat record by being the highest grossing Nollywood movie of all time. The lawyer turned actress, welcomed her twin boys into the world in a Los Angeles hospital in 2018 after her first miscarriage.
Desmond Eliot : Nollywood actor turned politician is also a happy father of twins. He welcomed a set of twins shortly after his marriage and welcomed another set later on. Desmond Eliot is a happy father of two sets of twins.
TY Bello: Celebrity photographer, singer and songwriter is a private public figure who has twins. She welcomed her bundles of joy on the 10th day of October 2014.
Mikel Obi: Popular Nigerian footballer Mikel Obi, welcomed his twins Avia and Mia on the 13th day of September 2015.
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