The new opposition Democratic National Alliance (DNA) has put an Antigua Barbuda Labour Party candidate on notice that it intends to investigate her charity Share Inc.
The charity of Maria Browne recently donated $10,000 to the rowers in the Talisker Whiskey Atlantic Challenge.
Speaking at a recent function, DNA candidate Anthony Stuart says there are questions for Share Inc to answer.
“The question we are asking from the Democratic National Alliance is from whom and how did share foundation get its funding. Where are those monies coming from?”
He said Share appears to be a foundation with “deep pockets and I don’t believe its a foundation is to fund a political campaign.”
Stuart wants Share Inc to follow the law and give an account of the monies raised and spent to date.
“At the appropriate time, according to the Friendly Societies Act, they must give an accounting of the monies collected and how the monies are spent.”
An accountant by profession, Stuart has vowed to “dig deep” into the operations of the Share Inc.
“Because we going to examine and we want to know who are the donors to share and where are those millions coming from,” he said.