- An adorable four-year-old child has asked Tito Mboweni to support his food business
- In a cute Twitter post that was made by the child's parents, the boy says Tito should stop by his driveway to buy a nice homemade burger
- The cute post also features a picture of the little one holding his special homemade hot sauce
Tito Mboweni is quickly becoming known for his love for food and his Limpopo background, which is why it comes as no surprise that an enterprising little boy called on the minister to pay his very own burger shop a visit should he visit Polokwane soon.
"Dear Min @tito_mboweni, if you're in Polokwane Saturday, our 4-year-old begged us to assist with his first shop. As a tiny entrepreneur, he's selling burgers from the driveway to friends.
"Might not be pilchards, but helping RSA's economic recovery lol! Here he is with his chilli sauce!" the little one's mom explained in the heartwarming post.
The post received some likes from locals who found it extremely adorable. Also the little boy might be in luck since Minister Tito seems to be missing Limpopo.
Earlier Briefly.co.za reported that South African Finance Minister Tito Mboweni, who seems to be experiencing a bout of nostalgia, recently headed to Twitter - this time not to share a picture of his famous garlicky cuisine but of a picturesque Limpopo mountain, which he explained is called Mount Modimolle.
"When I think of home. Mount Modimolle! Hae Limpopo!" Mboweni captioned the picture with the beautiful view.
The post quickly raked up nearly 1 500 likes. Many of his followers also headed to the comment section to share their thoughts on the beautiful Limpopo mountain. Read a few of their comments below.
@drewfab asked: "Thaba ya Modimolle, I grew up being told you don't take pics of this mountain and whoever goes up this mountain does not come down. How true is this, or are they urban legends both?"
@TheeKing_Dave asked: "Minister have you ever been to Soekmekaar? Best place in Limpopo."
@YOLO_4_real joked: "When are you taking me to your village minister chef? I want to visit."
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