Sure, if the plant consistently grows two traps to one leaf, not only will i add it, but I’ll buy every specimen you have like that from you. No questions asked.
However the chances are it has only done this the once or a few times. This sometimes happens by freak-of-nature and can only be explained along the same principles of siamese twins. Sometimes Aphids can damage a leaf at such an immature stage that the leaf divides but still survives.
To be honest i have never actually seen a leaf with two traps which has not been the result of damage or pests. If you do know of one, seriously, please send me a photo.