- Finance Minister Tito Mboweni is back with another peculiar mealtime journey that he shared on Twitter
- Mboweni started his evening by sharing images of his food cooking last night but many Saffa tweeps weren't sure what it was
- Mboweni thankfully cleared up his choice of meat in a follow-up tweet but many South Africans had some questions for him
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni has left many asking questions with another iffy meal. 'Chef Tito' shared images of his meal escapades to Twitter yet again and South African Twitter users are scratching their heads once more.
Mboweni shared an image of a meal on the stove which left a lot of tweeps guessing what he could possibly be cooking. @CoruscaKhaya responded to the image of the food in a pot with:
"Something clearly died from natural causes. The question remains Minister - what on earth was it?"
The minister cleared the air in a follow-up tweet. With the table laid how any passionate chef would, Mboweni informed his followers that he had made a "basic simple meal." Mboweni had served himself a homemade chicken stew.
Take a look at the minister's first tweet below:
These are a few responses to the questionable meal:
"Minister, on a point of order... Do you enjoy what you cook???"
Below is the final product with the confirmation of what exactly the minister cooked:
These are just a few of the responses to the minister's final product:
"Minista, try the oven next time, you will thank me later."
@PalesaMogorosi_ said in response to the minister's tweet:
"Minister of Kos."
Briefly.co.za previously reported on the minister after he shared an image of a beautiful mountain. Minister Mboweni 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 a beautiful view.
The post quickly racked up nearly 1 500 likes. Many of his followers also headed to the comment section to share their thoughts on the beautiful Limpopo mountain.
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