United Progressive Party St. Phillip South candidate Chester Hughes says he will respond on the political platform to allegations made by St. Peter candidate Asot Michael against him.
Michael told an Antigua Barbuda Labour Party rally in St. Paul constituency last night that Hughes has been knocking down his door for monies to run his campaign.
Speaking at the same event, the ABLP candidate also accused Hughes of immoral behaviour. Michael says it is because of this immoral behaviour that Hughes will lose the St. Phillip South seat in the next general election.
We have not published the remarks because of their defamatory nature.
When contacted, Hughes told our reporter that he will respond to Michael on the campaign trail.
We contacted both the Evangelical Alliance and the Antigua Barbuda Christian Council on the matter, they have not yet responded.