According to Gayton, the era of bucket toilets in the Karoo will come to an end in his 100 days in office as the mayor.
Take a look at his post below;
"I can never be a Mayor of people using the bucket system, this will be eradicated in my hundredth day in office.
Some South Africans have reacted to this in different ways, take a look at some of their responses below;
"Keep it up.'
"Thank you brother I will vote for you."
"We need to protect you, the capitalists are not going to like this."
"When Ramaphosa took over from Zuma he said he was going to eradicate bucket/pit toilets countrywide within 3 months. So this video was taken when, when, and in which country Gayton?"
"What kind of question is this?"
"Big ups bro. You have won me over. Be assured of my vote in the next election. Keep doing the good work. Lead the way and leave them behind as they trample on one another. You are a true living example of you can’t keep a good man down. Your record sets you apart from the pack."
"We need a @GaytonMcK in the Klein Karoo."
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