'Marry one, marry all’ — Nigerian triplets share marriage hopesr For Taye, Kehinde, and Eta Omosuwa, Nigerian triplets, sustaining their bond beyond marriage is a fight to finish. The triplets have many things in common. They work in the same company and department as nurses, are usually clad in the same outfits and spend most of their time together. “We wash together, eat together and also wear the same size of shoes and clothes,” they told BBC Pidgin . The triplets said they are always together because whenever they are apart, they usually fall sick. “If one of us is away, the remaining two of us won’t be okay. We also fall sick at the same time. Anytime one of us is sick, they usually put others on treatment too because they know the same thing will also happen to them,” they added. “Even if one of us experiences pimples, the other two will also get such. We believe this is happening because we share the same placenta.” The trio said people are often surprised that they think
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