Tito Titus Mboweni is a South African politician who served as Minister of Finance of South Africa in the government of President Cyril Ramaphosa from 2018 to 2021. Mboweni was the eighth Governor of the South African Reserve Bank and the first Black South African to hold the post. Wikipedia
Tito Mboweni recently caused a stir on twitter after posting pictures during a voter's mobilization. What caught people's attention was the individuals who were part of the event.
Basically it became a surprise that Mboweni had associated himself with young people. Some thought their dress code was not appropriate enough for the mobilization. However not everyone had a problem with the ladies who took pictures with Mboweni. Some were more focused on the purpose of the event. See more of people's reactions down below;
Even though Tito has retired from his post as the Minister of finance in South Africa. He hasn't stopped supporting and backing up the current political party in power.
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