Identical Ghanaian twin sisters Sedem and Selom Agboli have been inducted by the Pharmacy Council and the Medical and Dental Council of Ghana.
Sedem and Selom Agboli are a true inspiration to many, having achieved such remarkable accomplishments in their young lives. The identical twin sisters have shown that with hard work, dedication, and perseverance, anything is possible.
Born to Mr. Theophilus Kwame Agboli, who is a Principal Researcher at the Language Centre at the University of Ghana, and Ms. Regina Agenziya, Sedem, and Selom had their primary education at the University of Ghana Basic School and later had their senior secondary education at the Achimota school where they studied General Science.
Selom, who is the second twin, graduated from medical school 2 years ahead of Sedem, who completed Pharmacy school.
Sharing the news of their induction in a post on LinkedIn, Selom wrote:
“Two inductions, one week! Sedem Agboli and I, Selorm Agboli have been inducted by the Pharmacy Council and the Medical and Dental Council of Ghana respectively. The journey has been nothing short of grace. The dream is now a reality.”
The twins had their tertiary education at the University of Ghana sponsored by the Founder and Leader of the Kristo Asafo Mission of Ghana, Apostle Dr. Ing. Kwadwo Safo.
Not only have Sedem and Selom excelled academically, but they also have a passion for fashion and are skilled in hand-beading, which they sell to the public. This shows that they are not only intelligent but also creative and entrepreneurial.