NASSAU, BAHAMAS — Kingdom Government Movement Leader Dr Kevin King has declared a net worth of $53,129,820 to become the richest candidate vying for election on September 16.
After King, incumbent Freetown candidate and Tourism minister Dionisio D’Aguilar is the wealthiest incumbent with a total net worth of $37,951,803 — more than double the net worth of the leaders of both major political parties.
The financial disclosures submitted to the Parliamentary Registration Department were gazetted in The Tribune today.
King lists his total income as $38,500 with assets including $8m in real estate and $35m in securities, while D’Aguilar has declared an annual income of $1,467,988, just under $3m in real estate and some $32m in securities/investments.
Free National Movement Leader and Killarney incumbent Dr Hubert Minnis listed a net worth of $14,048,902, and Cat Island, Rum Cay and San Salvador incumbent Philip Davis, leader of the Progressive Liberal Party, declared a net worth of 4,100,237.