- Tito Mboweni took to Twitter to share the usual pictures of his food preparation over the weekend
- Mboweni was making one of his favourites, tinned fish
- This time however he seemed lonely, sending a hint in his caption that he wanted Fikile Mbalula to come dine with him
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South Africa's Finance Minister Tito Mboweni was once again cooking up a storm this past weekend. Mboweni, as usual, took to his Twitter page to share pictures of the ingredients he was using to prepare his Sunday night meal.
In his post, Tito revealed that he was preparing one of his all-time favourite meals - tinned fish. In his photo, there are also some spices, tomatoes and of course, two large garlic cloves. Tito all shared some pictures of the finished meal - which by the way did not look as unstomachable as always - and his empty plate after he had enjoyed his home-cooked meal.
However, this was not before sharing a picture of his set dinner table and hinting in the caption how much he would love to have the company of South African Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula.
"Sadly dining alone today unless @MbalulaFikile somehow joins in," he captioned the image.
While Mbalula was seemingly too busy to respond to Mboweni's wishes, his followers had all the time in the world and quickly took to the comments section to share thoughts on his cooking skills, furniture and loneliness.
"Loneliness is killing you minister, you must get yourself a slay queen at least."
"Your furniture is just too witchcrafty Mr Minister. One would swear you stay with Timmy and Tabitha."
Meanwhile Briefly.co.za previously reported, South African Finance Minister Tito Mboweni was once again dragged by Twitter users, except this time it was not for his questionable cooking techniques.
He recently took to his page to share a picture of a few political books. In his short Twitter post, he explains how he had decided to head upstairs to his personal library and pick out a few political books for himself to re-read in order to draw some inspiration from them.
"At times when things are difficult, I go upstairs to my library and re-read political books. I stay here for hours trying to answer the question: “ What is to be done?” What is expected now from a reasonable human being?" he wrote.
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