Gigaba says sorry for waving his pinky finger at People's Bae

Gigaba says sorry for waving his pinky finger at People's Bae

- Minister of Home Affairs, Malusi Gigaba, apologised for his offensive gesture towards EFF's Mbuyiseni Ndlozi

- Gigaba waved his pinky at Ndlozi, hinting that he was better endowed than a much smaller Ndlozi

- The minister admitted he was in the wrong and apologised unreservedly

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Home Affairs Minister, Malusi Gigaba, publicly said sorry for waving his pinky finger at the People's Bae, Mbuyiseni Ndlozi.

Gigaba admitted his behaviour was unjustified.

The Economic Freedom Fighters chief whip, Floyd Shivambu, complained to Speaker Baleka Mbete about the rude gesture, according to a report by The Citizen.

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The People's Bae took shots at Gigaba on Tuesday, 7 November, by telling the president that he should give his cabinet members cellphones without cameras, like the old Nokia phones.

This is undoubtedly a hint at the minister's kinky tape that has gone viral and had more than 20 000 views since it was leaked last week. reported that Gigaba said nothing but responded to the taunt by making an offensive gesture with his pinky finger, a reference other parliament members immediately got.

Gigaba said during his apology that he has been under strain for the past 10 days, but that he apologises unreservedly.

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