The response came quickly after the suggestion that the cabinet members start using camera-less phones to avoid embarrassing moments.
Home Affairs Minister Malusi Gigaba was quick to show Economic Freedom Fighters spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi the finger after Ndlozi suggested that members of parliament start using camera-less phones.
The EFF spokesperson rose to suggest to the speaker that if MPs used camera-less phones that could not be hacked, some members would not be in trouble for posting “explicit” videos.
Ndlozi said: “You might want to start ordering it for cabinet members. It will save us a lot from some of the embarrassing activities. It can’t even be hacked this phone.”
The spokesperson appeared to have caught the attention of Gigaba who quickly showed Ndlozi his pinky.
It is still unclear why or what the home affairs minister was insinuating by the pinky but we hope he was not retaliating to Ndlozi by attacking Ndlozi’s manhood.
The assembly burst into laughter after Gigaba showed Ndlozi the finger.
Ndlozi and Gigaba were in the assembly where President Cyril Ramaphosa was fielding questions from MP’s on Tuesday.
Many on social media found Gigaba’s pinky gesture amusing.
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