The pictures making rounds, he’s seen wearing a black suit and brown torned formal shoes that looks like they haven’t been polished for days.
Reports say the move seems to be part of campaign to show Mzansi that he is living on the cheap, implicating he is not wasting any if the tax-payers money.
When you finally get out of the “abantu bazothini” zone😂🤣👌🏾👏🏽 #NationalTitoDay pic.twitter.com/BuS91GjeeK
— Thabo Nkabinde (@Ttouch4u) October 3, 2019
Finance Minister @tito_mboweni shoes today…in his defense he did say not to take pictures of them. 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/y9wTxc9bbZ
— Hitekani Magwedze (@HitekaniMag) October 2, 2019
Here is my story on #PowerBreakfast this morning. It’s Finance Minister @tito_mboweni‘s shoes. And like I said, @mabena_bob and @iamthabomdluli, I am willing to donate polish to the minister. #NationalTitoDay pic.twitter.com/N6DjG1Fbmb
— A Dog That Bites (@SkepeMatsebane) October 3, 2019
Dear @tito_mboweni It is cringeworthy to go around pretending you’re something you’re not.This fetishisation of looking poor is annoying. Don’t you think it’s difficult for people who are poor to see you wearing those old shoes as some sort of ironic statement?😷😷😷😷😷😷😷😷😷 pic.twitter.com/vx8mveoXjc
— Zenoyise John (@ZenoyiseJ) October 2, 2019
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