- South African Minister of Finance Tito Mboweni has expressed his annoyance at someone in politics
- Mboweni asked his followers for the definition of the phrase "extraordinary arrogance" as he wants to use it to define the person
- Although Mboweni did not explicitly say who the person he's referring to is, South Africans are making their own conclusions
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni seems to be quite annoyed by someone in his field of work. The minister shared a tweet asking his followers what the definition for the phrase "extraordinary arrogance" is.
Mboweni said he would like to use the phrase to describe someone who annoys him in politics. Although the minister did not specify who he was referring to in the tweet, South African tweeps came up with their own conclusions.
Many believed the person could be Minister of Police Bheki Cele due to the 9pm bedtime he had set for SAns on New Year's Eve.
Take a look at Mboweni's tweet below:
Below are some of the tweet responses to Mboweni:
"I know stupidity is involved somewhere there."
"Bheki Cele's extraordinary arrogance towards alcohol makes him ignore other important issues."
"I hope @Julius_S_Malema doesn't see this."
"Try this one... Mirror."
@ThokozaniNala responded with:
"Extraordinary Arrogance is defined as Tito Mboweni."
@Ncengizinyo wrote in response:
"Go to the mirror."
Briefly.co.za recently reported on Mboweni after he requested an assistant chef to help him virtually. Mboweni attempted to make ox livers with some veggies for supper earlier in the week. However, he kind-of messed up a little bit. The minister requested an assistant chef to help him virtually.
He followed up his cooking tweet with a tweet of him about to dig in to his dinner. The minister said the food was not as bad as he expected. In another tweet, Mboweni said his food was "very tasty."
He added that he might not actually need an assistant chef. Chef Tito's mealtime escapades have gained a decent following and SAns were not afraid to share their thoughts in his replies section. Even Somizi joined in on the fun.
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