The former South African Minister of finance and a prominent member of the ANC, Tito Mboweni, who is also an NEC member of the ANC took Twitter to indicate that he won't be attending any ANC NEC meetings in person. Tito Mboweni pointed out that he will only be attending the ANC NEC meeting virtually, not in person. He asserted that he won't be going there.
The prominent member of South African ruling party, posted several tweets wherein he reminded South African people about attending large gatherings. Tito Mboweni began by asking " what is wrong with us?". He indicated that Covid-19 is still with us: and he is somewhat surprised that people longer seem to be wearing masks. And on top of that: they are attending large gatherings such as; parties, funerals and church services.
In his words, Tito Mboweni said:
"I refuse to go to large gatherings. I won’t go to any in-person meeting of the ANC NEC. I am not going there. I will attend virtually. In-Person? Nope"
And again he said:
"I don’t know what is wrong with us. We go to large gatherings, parties, funerals and church services. No masks! Why do we do these things? People are dying, relatives, friends.. Covid is still here!!"
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