Tito Mboweni Claps Back at Cartoon of Him & Cyril Ramaphosa: "Totally Unfair"

Tito Mboweni Claps Back at Cartoon of Him & Cyril Ramaphosa: "Totally Unfair"

- Minister Tito Mboweni recently clapped back at a cartoon that someone made of him and president Cyril Ramaphosa

- The cartoon basically depicts Mboweni and Ramaphosa driving South Africa's economy off a cliff while being completely oblivious about it

- Mboweni shared that he thought the cartoon was completely "unfair" and was seemingly rather disappointed

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Minister Tito Mboweni recently stumbled across one of many cartoons that depict not only him but many other South African politicians in a bad light. This cartoon, however, shows himself and President Cyril Ramaphosa.

Tito Mboweni Claps Back at Cartoon of Him & Cyril Ramaphosa: "Totally Unfair"
Minister Tito Mboweni is not happy with a local cartoonist. Images: TitoMboweni
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The cartoonist cleverly implied that Minister Tito Mboweni was the one leading President Cyril Ramaphosa and the South African economy to its demise by showing the two politicians in a car - which can be considered the economy - driving off a clip.

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"This is totally UNFAIR!! Unfair! No," Mboweni commented on the cartoon.

Locals had this to say about the cartoon and Mboweni's thoughts on it:

@Lynx48927475 asked:

"Is it really?"

@hard_nash said:

"Yep, you're right, the colour of the car should be Green, Black, and Gold... So unfair."

@darrylwright6 said:

"It’s so unfair. We have the reigns to power and the economy and we haven’t created a better life for all. Just for a few of us in the ruling party. So unfair!"

Briefly News also reported South African Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has been quite active on his personal Twitter page lately. Once again taking to the app, Minister Tito said that all those who are found guilty of corruption within the party should be kicked to the curb, adding that the party cannot continue the way it has been.

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"Those who loot and steal must be summarily booted out of the ANC. Rats and mice must be uprooted and thrown away. We cannot go on like this. No! Better Fewer But Better,” he wrote in the tweet.

Many South Africans quickly headed to the comment section where they shared their thoughts on Mboweni's tweet.

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Source: Briefly News

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