- Former Reserve Bank chairman Tito Mboweni has yet again got tongues wagging after he posted a pic of his unique dish on Twitter
- Mboweni took to Twitter to share a photograph of a plate decorated with tomato sauce and filled with chicken and vegetables
- Peeps were not very impressed with the dish, questioning how he became a minister and saying his dish did not look like restaurant quality food
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Former Finance Minister Tito Mboweni posted a pic of his latest culinary creation and peeps online are ambivalent about the deliciousness of the home-cooked meal. Mboweni has become a Twitter sensation with many of the foodie pics going viral on social media.
This time he shared a snap of a plate filled with scrumptious chicken and veggies.
He captioned the post:
“You guys are the ones who are actually doing it wrong, they are doing it like me in this restaurant. This is how veggies are prepared!”
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Twitter users had a lot to say about Mboweni’s cooking skills.
“How did you even become the governor?"
“Plating really sucks ngl.”
“With the tomato sauce decoration.”
“This one here is made especially for Tata Tito.”
“Minister you like to eat neh!”
“Don't you get tired?”
"It's not funny any more, try a different joke..."
“I'd also lie to you if I was a waitress why would I miss an opportunity of a big tip.”
“Hahaha, what restaurants is this, uncle?”
“The day Tito eats edible food his digestive system will go into shock? Warriz dis?”
Tito Mboweni challenges Terry Pheto to cook-off, leaving Mzansi salivating
The cheeky minister posted a pic of a traditional Zambian delicacy called inswa. The African dish is made up of the bodies of ants that are fried in oil. @tito_mboweni captioned the post:
“At least @FloMasebe cooked something. But @TerryPheto has been threatening to challenge me on cooking. Results: Dololo! No follow up!"
South Africans were full of questions about the dish and called for Mboweni to find someone his own age to have a cook-off with.
Source: Briefly News