- Minister Tito Mboweni recently headed online to share a snap of his ever-growing poultry farm
- The minister proudly showed off his big chickens who were running freely on his lawn
- Many locals were very quick to take to the comment section where they once again roasted the fun-loving minister
South African finance minister, Tito Mboweni seemingly never gets enough roasting from his followers who jump on every opportunity they get to either laugh at or criticise the fun-loving and good-natured minister.
He once again headed to Twitter where he shared a snap of his growing poultry farm which judging by his caption, he is extremely proud of. And by the looks of the big chickens, he definitely has a reason to be proud.
"Just another beautiful day in Afrika," he captioned snaps of the running chickens.
Mzansi loves the opportunity to roast the garlic-loving minister and were soon in the comment section doing exactly that. Read a few of their comments below:
"Do you feed your own livestock or do you rely on someone else that you maybe pay R30/day??"
"At least this chicken isn't headless."
"Poor chicken has no idea that it's gonna be tonight's dinner."
"Suits you .. look at the chickens whilst you can & hope like hell the HAWKS do not access the Bank for International settlement system at SARB or elsewhere as they can. You will be looking at BARS and the only wild life will be RATS not free-range chickens"
Briefly News previously reported that no matter what he does, South Africa's Finance Minister, Tito Mboweni cannot steer clear from criticism that comes from his online followers - it doesn't seem like he minds though because he just keeps posting like recently he shared another snap of one of his pots.
In the pot was a pot full of what appears to be a very tomatoey mopane worm stew. He also added a snap of the food that was plated and his laptop while in the caption he also explains that it was one in the morning.
"Dinner at 01:00 whilst listening to #SoulConnection @CapricornFM," he wrote.
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