Thursday 26 November, 2020

Trini twin sisters graduate with law degrees from UK university

Pictured: Keah Anika (left) and Kirsha Tennisha Fraser (right).

Pictured: Keah Anika (left) and Kirsha Tennisha Fraser (right).

29-year-old Keah Anika and Kirsha Tennisha Fraser are an identical twin.

The determined duo has sacrificed blood, sweat and tears for what they have described as a priceless ‘piece of paper’.

The sisters, who are originally from La Brea, graduated with law degrees from the University of Westminster in November.

"Our whole year came down to just one piece of paper, Blood, sweat and tears for just this one piece of paper, Hard work pays off, evidenced in this one piece of paper, Words can't describe how we feel about this one piece of paper, BUT for this one piece of paper we will like to thank God, our family, friends and well-wishers," they posted to their shared Facebook account.

They told Loop News that they have always been close and that studying together was, therefore, an easy choice.

"We have similar interests and studying was one of them. I guess it was an easy choice for us to study together. We enjoy helping others and found a career that allows us to do what we love," the sisters said.

They attributed their success to their mother who they say is their greatest motivation and inspiration.

"She is one of the main reasons for our success. Who we are and where we are today is because of her."

The sisters also added they plan to return and work in Trinidad.

"Our plans for the future is to be a blessing on to others as we have been blessed. We intend to return and work in Trinidad. It would forever be our home.

Their motto for life is to put God first and everything else will follow.

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