Browne says he was worth 30 million dollars before being elected

Caption: Prime Minister Gaston Browne (File photo)

While addressing parliament this morning, Prime Minister Gaston Browne said that he declared assets of $30 million dollars to the integrity commission before becoming prime minister.

Browne said that his holdings were amassed over 30 years beginning in his early 20s.

Click below to hear the first portion of his statement, which was in response to widespread allegations that his wealth accumulation inexplicably spiked when he took office and to former Prime Minister Baldwin Spencer’s concerns about the controversial deal involving land sold by Browne’s son at Long Bay.