- South African politician Panyaza Lesufi chose to share an adorable picture of himself as part of #ThrowbackThursday
- Lesufi tagged well-known South African radio host Tbose in the post he shared to Twitter
- Mzansi tweeps took the time to congratulate Lesufi on his success and hard work
Reminiscing about the "good old days" is a past time many enjoy. South African politician Panyaza Lesufi is no different as he shared an adorable throwback picture of himself to Twitter recently. Lesufi also tagged radio host Tbose in his throwback.
He simply captioned the image: "My #TBT moment! Did you see that @tboseZA?" Many tweeps questioned where exactly the MEC was at the time of the photo while others noticed that he was at the University of KwaZulu-Natal.
Lesufi tried his best to respond to all the replies and questions left under his tweet in the kindest way possible.
Take a look at Lesufi's tweet below:
Below are just a few of the responses left under Lesufi's tweet:
"Mr President, is it the same day when you were appointed as a secretary and did not know how to take minutes?"
"When I grow up I wanna be like you! Teach me the way."
In other news about politicians on Twitter, Briefly.co.za earlier reported on Mmusi Maimane's birthday wish for his father. Maimane decided to wish his father, who he calls both his best friend and hero, a very happy birthday.
"Wishing my best friend, my father, my hero, a special birthday. O gole o gole, Bra," Maimane captioned the heartwarming Twitter post.
Maimane also included a picture of himself and his standing side by side and smiling broadly at the camera. The beautiful picture displays the great resemblance between the two and Twitterzens thought so too.
Many of them headed to the comment section to wish Maimane's dad a happy birthday while others spoke about the father and son's vast resemblance. Read a few of their interesting comments below:
"Happy birthday to timer, you look both."
"Happy birthday Ntate Maimane. You were raised well wena Mmusi."
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