- Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has shared a "wanted" poster of himself, asking his followers, "What is this now?"
- The poster of Mboweni was created by a media project group called @AmandlaMedia and shared to Twitter five days ago
- Mboweni's followers shared hilarious memes with the minister with many saying the Hawks were on their way
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has been described as many things, including the "Rasta of Cooking". In a new post on Twitter, Mboweni has now become a "wanted" person. Someone decided to make up an entire poster about the minister being "wanted".
Mboweni posted the poster to Twitter recently. The "last seen" portion of the poster read: "Posting ghastly pictures of his meals on social media, under the username @tito_mboweni. @WhereIsTheR500billion"
Close inspection of the poster revealed that it was made by @AmandlaMedia, who uploaded the image to Twitter two days ago. Although their tweet did not gain much traction, Mboweni's definitely did.
Take a look at Mboweni's reaction below:
This was the original tweet by media project group, @AmandlaMedia:
Take a look at the reactions of some Saffa tweeps:
"So much money and you bought garlic?"
"Pay back the money and return all the masonjas you bought using the R500 billion for your cooking shows."
"What happened to the 500 billion Tito, is it in your pockets?"
"And you were eating six eggs calling them a mini snack."
In other news about Mboweni, Briefly.co.za recently reported that Zakes Bantwini is set to meet with Tito Mboweni to discuss youth unemployment. Singer Zakes Bantwini is on a mission to make sure that action is taken in terms of helping Mzansi’s youth get a fair and equal chance.
Zakes is meeting with Finance Minister Tito Mboweni to discuss a way forward. Mboweni is set to discuss the issue of youth unemployment and debt. The coronavirus has had a terribly harsh impact on the youth of Mzansi, who were already faced with a number of challenges.
Zakes found himself trending on social media after reaching out to Mboweni. The youth of Mzansi appreciates Zake’s time and concern. This is a pressing issue that needs to be addressed with urgency.
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