Carry On My Boys: The Story of Identical African Twins
The book chronicles the life of Hussein Sunmonu who is one half of a set of identical twin. This amazing story captures the joys and challenges of growing up together as twins, how those challenges shaped their life, and Hussein’s continued journey through life. An amazing and eventful life that begun far away in Akim Eshiem, Ghana, moved them both back to Oshogbo in Nigeria and thereafter continues to move us between locations in Nigeria, Ghana, Republic of Benin, and the United Kingdom. Hussein’s thirst to see the world also transverses multiple continents including North and South Americas and Canada, Europe, Middle and Far East, South Asia, Asia Pacific and Australia. A must read indeed!!
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