- South Africa's Finance Minister Tito Mboweni recently very confidently took to Twitter to endorse his favourite SA football team, Kaizer Chiefs
- In the post, Minister Mboweni says that the team will be taking every trophy during the 2021 match seasons
- South African soccer fans and followers of Mboweni quickly took to the comment section to share their thoughts on the tweet
It turns out that South Africa's Finance Minister, Tito Mboweni, has other passions besides overly garlicky food and tinned fish. Minister Tito also loves football team Kaizer Chiefs and he seems to have the worlds faith in them.
Minister Tito recently headed to his Twitter page to wholeheartedly endorse the yellow and black team with a heartfelt tweet about how they are going to secure a win during every match that they play in 2021.
"We are going to win every competition in 2021. Those Sea Robbers will be taught a lesson. They can enjoy for a short while. And they are noisy. We are measured and classy! Ja!!," said Mboweni after Orlando Pirates secured themselves a trophy last weekend.
Meanwhile, his followers and South African soccer fans headed to the comment section to share their thoughts. Read a few of them below.
"Stick to cooking garlic and pilchards chief and rest."
"Celtic lost but pain went straight to Chiefs Supporters! Technology!"
"Rest minister rest. Chiefs still don’t have the players to compete against any of the PSL teams."
"Are you talking about the Kaizer chiefs that we know Ntate Tito?"
Earlier today Briefly.co.za also reported that South Africa's Finance Minister, Tito Mboweni has truly kept South Africans entertained for most of the year. It seems like the fun never ends when it comes to Mboweni, as Saffas have once again found a way to use him as a source of laughter - this time with some Christmas trinkets.
Mboweni wearing a Christmas hat, a pair of socks with garlic, and another pair of socks with Lucky Star tin fish - all of Mboweni's faves - have been making their way around the internet and finally to the Minister's page too.
"Honestly, really now?," Mboweni captioned the hilariously photoshopped pictures which he also shared on his timeline.
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