Gayton McKenzie who needs no introduction because he is widely known across the country, as taken to Twitter to indicate that after 1 November South Africa might need to do the biggest audit ever. Gayton McKenzie first started his long tweet by saying many Foreigners have identity documents that seems to be valid, but were obtained criminally or through bribes.
It must be remembered on 1 November, South Africans will be heading to the polls, for local government elections. So far, many well-known South African political parties have launched their manifestos. And the political campaigning has begun. As various political parties try to entice voters to vote for their respective political parties. Readers should bear in mind that local government is about local issues: electricity, roads, local health, water, sanitation, shelter, local policing, maintenance of bylaws and building local economy.
In his own words, Gayton McKenzie on his official Twitter account stated the following on:
"A lot of foreigners are having identity documents that seems valid but were obtained criminally or through the paying of bribes. We need to undergo the biggest audit ever after November 1"
Herein is the screenshot of Gayton McKenzie's tweet:
However, at this point in time, it remains to be seen how will be the audit be carried out, if indeed, the audit do happen. At this juncture, nothing much can be said or written about what Gayton McKenzie says should happen
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