A Georgia college student who was put up for adoption as a baby said a DNA test revealed his long-lost brother was going to the same school -- and had the same major.

Kieron Christian Graham, 20, who was adopted at the age of 3 months old in 1997, said his adoptive mother gave him an Ancestry.com DNA test kit as an early Christmas present and that led to the discovery of his birth mother's identity, Shawn Ghant.

The test also led to the discovery that his older brother, Vincent Ghant, 29, was a fellow Kennesaw State University student and even had the same major as Graham.
The brothers connected over Facebook before meeting face-to-face for the first time since Graham was an infant.

Ghant told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution the reunion was "very emotional."
"When I realized he didn't [have resentment] and that he had a great life, I was amazed," Ghant said.

Graham has since been reunited with his birth mother, who explained she gave him up for adoption to give him a better life.

"At the time I felt like I could not give him what he needed," Shawn Ghant told WXIA-TV.
Graham invited the Ghants, along with Vincent's wife and young daughter, to spend the holidays with him and his adoptive family.

Source UPI