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Expired baby medicine discovered in a shop by Gayton McKenzie and his team.


Famous South African politician Gayton McKenzie and leader of the Patriotic Alliance PA political party has taken to popular micro-blogging site Twitter to share some pictures of expired goods discovered in a shop in South Africa.

According to Gayton McKenzie, the goods which also include baby medicine that have expired for two years and the shop owner is still selling them to the public. See his post below;

"Xenophobia against South Africans yes, we asked this shop owner if he would give his baby this medicine that expired two years ago and he confidently said “no”. We are only starting as the Patriotic Alliance, we will be visiting hospitals after our shop shops program."

See pictures of the expired goods below;

Many South African have reacted to this, see their reactions below;

@zolariya1090 tweeted,

"We want to see you doing compliance with Shoprite" Usave" Boxer and Pick and Pay" unless you fear white people" DO YOU FEAR WHITE PEOPLE??? because we don't see you doing compliance de"

@Dinny07869081 tweeted,

"We as customers to those stores have not come. across expired food."

@furumulucky tweeted,

"See how many identities one zim have in the country. the Labour department says they can't reason on this and assist"

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