FOREIGNERS Tried To Bribe Gayton McKenzie But It ENDED IN TEARS - SOUTH AFRICA
South Africa, Social Media - Well it appears the new generation of politicians are not taking bribes from foreigners any longer, because they have seen first hand the repercussions of corruption. This comes as the Patriotic Alliance leader Gayton McKenzie made public that, Somali, Bangladeshi and Ethiopian foreigners tried to organise a meeting with him and his party, but it ended in tears. Apparently Gayton replied to them that it will only happen at the border because after that meeting they will go home because he can not be bribed. "The Somalian/Bangladeshi and Ethiopian leaders has requested to meet with the Patriotic Alliance leadership, we will only agree on one condition , the meeting should happen at the border gate because they will leave after that meeting. We are not this leaders that you bribe." Now it seems like the Patriotic Alliance will give South Africans the Kind of municipalities that they need and want to see, with no Illegal foreign businesses, Enforcing municipal By laws , localization, proudly South African towns en much more.
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