- South Africa's Finance Minister Tito Mboweni recently headed online to share a rather cryptic tweet about the EFF's Julius Malema
- In the tweet, Mboweni shows support for Malema who he says feels very deeply for the ANC
- Very soon locals were taking to the comment section to ask Mboweni what exactly he was on about
South African Finance Minister Tito Mboweni recently headed online to share some sympathy with Julius Malema. In the tweet, Mboweni writes that Malema has a deep love and dedication to the ANC. He also assures Malema that everything will be okay.
"I feel for @Julius_S_Malema. I really do. The passion he has for the ANC is deep deep. His last interview on ANC SG was from the deep ANC heart. It’s going to be OK, homeboy. It will be fine," he wrote in the interesting Twitter post.
Soon many of his followers were in the comment section to share their interesting thoughts about the post. A lot of them also accused Mboweni of obsessing over Malema. Read a few of their comments below:
"You need to understand this is just politics, Juju doesn't hate ANC or its members, he wants EFF to take over hence he has to fight against ANC no matter what. It's a competition, it's not that deep, ntate Mboweni."
"I feel sorry for you too for being obsessed with someone so much younger than you at your age Madala."
"I feel sorry for you, I really do. The passion you have in sticking your nose where it doesn't belong instead of talking about how you're going to create jobs and save the already messed up economy. It's not OK national chef. It won't be fine."
In other Briefly.co.za news, it's been a while but finally, South Africa's Finance Minister Tito Mboweni was back in the kitchen yesterday cooking up one of his all-time favourite meals - tin fish and a nice hot plate of pasta to compliment it.
Heading online, the minister shared some snaps of the ingredients and the preparation and even the empty plate once the meal was done.
While people love his little cooking posts, many people were more interested in the fact that Mboweni had suggested the Fikile Mbalula and the EFF's Julius Malema and Mbuyiseni Ndlozi give the meal a try.
"After a gruelling session in Parliament today, March 18, 2021, I was craving my favourite simple meal. So I started preparing it. Tasty! And simple! Try it sometime @MbalulaFikile and @Julius_S_Malema, @MbuyiseniNdlozi, @LuckyStarSA," he wrote.
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