The minister played along on social media this week and even went as far as inviting Musa (who is also a qualified doctor) to lunch where they could “talk, uTatakho”. In case you’ve never watched the show, uTatakho (which directly translates to “your father”) is a show that attempts to reunite children with their estranged fathers.

It all began with innocent praise from Dr Musa, who spoke very highly of the service he received at the Soweto Home Affairs branch.

He then piled the praise on the man at the top, even going as far as tagging Malusi Gigaba for improving the workflow.

Dr Musa wrote: “Can we just acknowledge the Department of Home Affairs. I went to apply for a new passport at a Soweto branch on Monday (whole process took 45 min) and a few days later it’s ready for collection ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿพ well done to the staff. Well done @mgigaba”

At this point the best we were expecting was a polite response from the minister, but what we got was far more entertaining
Twitter folks went on to claim that the reason why Dr Musa had received such favourable service is because he looks a lot like the Malusi Gigaba.

To his credit, Malusi Gigaba was a great sport when he responded to the tweets
As soon as he spotted the notifications in his Twitter profile he immediately tweeted Dr Musa:

And the doctor went on to DM his potential father:


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