After being gifted an Ancestry DNA kit from his adoptive presents, a Georgia college student learned one of his biological brothers attended the same school as him and was also in the same program.
Kieron Christian Graham, 20, studies political science at Kennesaw State University in Georgia. In 1997, he, along with three other children, were adopted by his parents. Throughout his life, his parents had tried to give him as much information about his birth parents that they had available, reported Buzzfeed News.
Graham only knew his birth mother and father's first names and that his birth mother had another child named "Vincent."
"I periodically would look for them and check on Facebook, but I never knew their last name so it was always hard," Graham told Buzzfeed.
However, after receiving a DNA kit for Christmas, Graham found he had a strong match to a 29-year-old man named Vincent Ghant, who also took the Ancestry DNA test.
After finding Vincent Ghant on Facebook, he sent a message mentioning their birth mother, Shawn.
Soon enough, the brothers realized they both were attending Kennesaw State, in their junior years of school and pursuing Political Science. After they also realized they only lived 15 minutes away from each other, they decided to meet.
In other updates posted to his Twitter, Graham said he planned on meeting both of his birth parents soon.
(Photo: Kieron Graham via Twitter)