- Mmusi Maimane has been tweeting to both President Cyril Ramaphosa and Finance Minister Tito Mboweni about the country's economic recovery plan
- Maimane has taken to Mboweni's replies under a picture of his recent cooking escapades to not only diss his cooking but hint at the recovery plan
- Saffa tweeps were living for Maimane's response as they responded to his tweet with hilarious tweets of their own
Mmusi Maimane has been adamantly tweeting at both President Cyril Ramaphosa and Finance Minister Tito Mboweni with regards to the country's economic recovery plan. In a recent tweet, Maimane fired shots at Mboweni's cooking.
Mboweni has been showing off his cooking skills throughout lockdown, slowly creating a fan base of followers who love to see what he's doing next. Mboweni posted about the pork ribs he cooked a few days ago.
Maimane was quick to follow up with a sassy response to Mboweni's pork ribs. Maimane said: "Let’s hope the economic recovery plan does not look like this." Saffa tweeps quickly took to the replies to share what they thought about Maimane's tweet.
Take a look at Mboweni's tweet below:
Below is Maimane's response:
Here's what some Saffa tweeps had to say to Maimane:
"Order Mmusi order..."
"You’re just trolling us now."
"No one is safe in these streets."
Yesterday Briefly.co.za reported that Maimane had said enough dancing and garlic the country needs to see the economic recovery plan. This past Heritage Day, President Cyril Ramaphosa made calls for the nation to participate in the #JerusalemaChallenge and Mzansi did not disappoint.
Thousands of videos were uploaded to social media in celebration of the day. Now, Mmusi Maimane has taken to Twitter to ask both the President and Finance Minister Tito Mboweni about the country's economic recovery plan. Maimane called Ramaphosa out with reference to the #JerusalemaChallenge.
He then called out Mboweni and his over usage of garlic. Part of one of his tweets read: "We all love dancing, we all are amused by garlic overdoses, but we need to see the #EconomicRecoveryPlan."
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