Two weeks ago, Mbarara University of Science and Technology (MUST) registered and oriented first year students where more than 1000 students were ushered into the university.
Out of the 1000 students, our reporter landed on these two identical beautiful freshers with multiple talents. To separate these twins from one another, you need to take time and observe them critically.
These two identical twins were born on the eve of 2nd November, 2000 to a family of Mr. Kasasa Charles and Mrs. Kasasa Annet in Jinja hospital.
Having attended Seeta High School Mukono, Kasasa Babirye Doris, and Kasasa Nakato Dorcus were admitted at MUST to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Diploma in Science Laboratory Technology respectively.
Doris and Dorcus, God blessed them with a talent of singing which they use to entertain others and they have deferring skills which they use in day-to-day lifestyle.
Besides aspiring to be a certified Nurse, Doris makes hair wigs and owns a YouTube channel which she uses to teach her fellow ladies how to care for their natural hair.
The YouTube channel is also aimed at adventuring the of life first-year students at Ugandan Universities.(https://youtube.com/channel/UCMEl8nsoHPcwqtKa_BnDRgw)
On the other hand, Dorcus would like to become a great Laboratory Technician to reduce the workload within medical Laboratories. Her creativity, drove her to join the fashion industry which saw her designing her fellow students at various high school events.
Being able to speak Japanese, Dorcus believes that one day she will be able to visit Japan and realize her dream of being fluent in the Asian language.
Their lifetime achievements are based on having caring and loving parents who have been there for them since childhood. Support, advice, and confidence from one another are what keeps them shining.
“Raising twins is not easy but we would like to thank our parents for being there for us in every situation. I would like to thank Doris for her support and advice towards me. We are ready to socialize with our fellow students to learn and adventure Uganda,” Dorcus explained.
On several occasions, Dorcus has served her sister’s punishments since teachers were unable to separate them.
The duo advised fellow twins to discover and utilize their talents and also avoiding over-dependent on one another because at times it can create trouble for both of them.
“We would like to thank the Almighty God for our life. We are happy that we have made it to University and one of the best universities in Uganda. To our parents, we will not let you down,’’ Doris concluded with a smile.
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