- South Africa's Finance Minister Tito Mboweni recently headed to Twitter to share photos of his growing chicken farm
- The pictures showed a number of chickens that are seemingly prospering in the little coop that Mboweni built for them
- Soon various South Africans were in the comment section sharing their thoughts with the minister on his poultry farm
Minister Tito Mboweni can never catch a break from his growing list of Twitter trolls but that does not seem to stop him from posting on his page very frequently. Heading online, the minister shared pictures of his growing chicken farm.
In the caption of his post, the finance minister proudly boasts about how well he has been growing his farm. He also shared some snaps of the chickens roaming in the coop that he built for them.
"The chicken farming is moving on! They are growing!" he wrote proudly in the caption of the post.
Very soon many locals were in the comment section sharing their thoughts with the minister. Read some of them below:
"Please leave the chicken to those who can cook, stick to tin fish."
"Shame poor chickens, they don't know garlic is waiting for them."
"Garlic, with a pinch of chicken."
"We want our increases. Your failure to honour that agreement will cost Cyril and the ruling party dearly in the elections. All public workers are not happy with you as the minister."
"Garlic garden yona malome ifamba njani? Soon your full meal supposed to be produced there by Makgoba mountains."
Briefly.co.za previously reported that South Africa's food-loving Finance Minister recently headed online to share a heartwarming post about a nice long discussion he had with a 108-year-old man who he referred to as Ndhuna Mageza.
The post also had pictures of the two of them together. According to the post, Mboweni and Ndhuna Mageza had a long talk during which the old wise man shared with Mboweni how to live a long, happy and healthy life. Mboweni also referred to the man as a "good old man."
"The grand old man, Ndhuna Mageza of eka Muhlava, over 108 years of age. He spoke me one or many things about how to live long. Good old man," wrote Mboweni.
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Source: Briefly News