- Cat’s out the bag: former Minister of Finance Tito Mboweni is officially retiring and it's made the news
- Seeing that his retirement has taken top headlines, Tito took to social media to share his surprise as he was sure everyone already guessed
- Peeps let Tito know that his cooking and newly self-appointed social media influencer role scream retirement
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Former Minister of Finance Tito Mboweni is tripping over the fact that his resignation as Member of Parliament in the National Assembly has made breaking news.
Surely breaking news means something that no one is aware of, right? Tito is sure everyone knew what was coming, he wasn’t baking cakes and singing hymns for nothing.
“Really now? Breaking News!!”
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People of Mzansi reassure Tito that they saw the resignation coming
While news agencies have made his resignation part of their top news, the rest of Mzansi is right there with Tito - it’s been public knowledge since the day he started sharing recipes.
Peeps took to the comment section to take a dig at South African news agencies and sarcastically quiz Tito on his ‘sudden’ resignation.
Take a look at some of the comments
“TFG people had hope in you as the Minister of Finance but you didn’t stand for nothing. You became minister of pots and ideas instead. Farewell leader yabo Danko✌️”
“Now a full-time social media influencer...”
“If your boiled chicken makes the news, surely you going to pension would make the papers.”
Former Finance Minister Tito Mboweni shades the ANC, trade unions and Kgalema Motlanthe, trends online
In other Tito news, Briefly News reported that Former Minister of Finance Tito Mboweni was trending on social media after making an appearance on a television show on Monday night, 10 January.
Mboweni had people talking about some of the controversial comments he made in relation to the African National Congress and some of its members as well as trade unions in South Africa.
Speaking on Power to Truth with JJ Thabane on eNCA, Mboweni, who is also a National Executive Committee member of the ANC, shaded the ruling party and stated that he did not fight for the ANC but for democracy.
Source: Briefly News