Kamina Johnson Smith mourns demise of PM Gaston Browne’s father- Harold A. Browne

Senator Kamina Johnson Smith took to Twitter and expressed deep grief on the loss and noted, "Expressing sincere condolences to PM Gaston Browne and the entire Antigua and Barbuda on the passing of his father."

Kamina Johnson Smith mourns demise of PM Gaston Browne's father- Harold A. Browne
Kamina Johnson Smith mourns demise of PM Gaston Browne's father- Harold A. Browne

Jamaica: Kamina Johnson Smith- Senator and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade of Jamaica, extended deep condolences to Gaston Browne- Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda, and his family on the sudden demise of his father, Harold A. Browne. 

The sad news of the passing of the father of PM Gaston Browne was aired by the office of the Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda on Sunday, June 5, 2022. However, Harold A. Browne took his last breath on Saturday, June 4, 2022, at the Sir Lester Bird Medical Centre. He passed away at the age of 76. 

Senator Kamina Johnson Smith took to Twitter and expressed deep grief on the loss and noted, “Expressing sincere condolences to PM Gaston Browne and the entire Antigua and Barbuda on the passing of his father.”

She further emphasized that the loss of the parents couldn’t bear and no one ever gets prepared for it. She also wished good for the family and loved ones of Prime Minister Gaston Browne and prayed and blessed them for their well beings. 

Kamina Smith stated, “The loss of a parent is a great burden for which we really can never prepare. Our prayers for comfort are with him and his family.”

Late Harold A. Browne was survived by six children named Blondelle, Marilyn, Addison, Marsha and Kimberly. 

He had several brothers and sisters who resided in the United States of America, as well as Jerome and his wife, Maude, in the United Kingdom.

Further, the last rites of PM Gaston Browne’s father will be performed on Tuesday, June 7, 2022, and he will be laid to rest.

Kamina Johnson Smith is Jamaica’s candidate for the position of the Secretary-General of Commonwealth, and the elections to fill the post will be held in Rwanda in June. 

To promote her candidature, Kamina Smith visited various countries, such as African countries and Caribbean countries and was backed by the leaders of the different countries.