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It Took Only Two Hours For Gayton To Get Rid Of Pakistanis Occupying A Heritage Building

It Took Only Two Hours For Gayton To Get Rid Of Pakistanis Occupying A Heritage Building. 

Gayton Mckenzie has been spearheading the fight against the immigration crisis of South Africa. He has often made it clear that no lawlessness and disrespect will be tolerated from illegal immigrants and he really meant that. 

On 28 June 2022, Gayton shared that Pakistanis had moved into a heritage building and started renovating it and said they would be death with swiftly. This was just around 2:17 Pm. " Pakistanis moved into a heritage building and started renovations, this building is opposite the office of the Beaufort West Mayor, such lawlessness and disrespect shall be dealt with swiftly before end of today. Watch this space shortly". 

Just two hours later, around 4:57 PM he posted an update that two shops were closed down. " Owner arrested, two shops closed, on 2 the next shops, we shall not allow lawlessness in Central Karoo, wanna thank all involved, we ain’t playing here, we cleaning our towns". 

This left people impressed as one person said " If it was the ANC they would be saying " The matter is under investigation" then 10 years will pass without anything happening". 

One thing about Gayton is that he is not there to play and is there to take action. One has to wonder, if politicians such as Gayton Mckenzie can make things happen so fast, then why is it that the ruling party can't? What is holding them back? South Africa needs more leaders like Gayton who do not only say things but make things happen. Politicians like Gayton however can only be given power if they are voted for.

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