- Tito Mboweni recently headed online to share a snap of himself and a cute little boy named Max
- According to the caption of his post, he and the little one had a memorable time while in Makgobaskloof
- Many of his followers headed to the comment section to share their thoughts on Mboweni as a father figure
Minister Tito Mboweni recently headed online to share a heartwarming post about having a really lovely time with a young boy called Max while he was at Makgobaskloof. In the snap, the two of them are holding hands.
"A most memorable picture. Myself and Max in Makgobaskloof!!" Mboweni captioned the heartwarming Twitter post.
Naturally, many of Mboweni's followers had a ton to say about the snap and wasted no time heading to the comment section where they spoke about Mboweni and little Max spending some time together.
Read a few of their comments below:
"They know you're working extra hard to make sure their kids are taken care of in future, while others were exiled you were sharpening your babysitting skills in London."
"We will never get the land ebile bao fepisha bana ,what a joke, anyways skafa ngwana hlapi ya marapo neh."
"So you are babysitting this weekend."
"When children take to someone that they really like and that someone reciprocates in like manner, then that is how children learn to love."
Briefly News also reported that famous and fun-loving social media user and kettle-lover @MrSmeg has caused another stir as he offered a hug to the country’s Finance Minister Tito Mboweni.
@MrSmeg, whose real name is Michael Bucwa, replied to the minister’s tweet and said should the veteran leader need a hug and a frank, soul-to-soul talk, he should look no further. Mboweni posted on his timeline:
“In desperation and in fear, we say and do foolish deeds. When in trouble, to remain cool and collected is honourable. Breathe in and out! It helps. 'Fear not, thee wedding guests'."
Looking at @MrSmeg’s response has left many Mzansi social media users wondering if he ever sleeps and telling him to mind his own business.
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