Alice Wahome networth
MP Alice Wahome

Alice Wahome, a candidate for the position of cabinet secretary for water, sanitation, and irrigation, has disclosed that she is worth Ksh. 218 million.

The politician hinted that she had acquired her riches from assets she shared with her spouse when she appeared before the Parliamentary Committee of Appointments on Monday for the CS screening process.

She said that her present sources of income include her MP salary, the rent from some of her homes, and a monthly stipend of Ksh. 100,000 from her legal practice.

My net worth is Ksh. 218 million, which is the combined value of the assets my spouse and I own. They belong to the family, "she said.

As a parliamentarian, she said, "you have very little free time." Hence, up until September, she had been paid by the government and had been intermittently practicing.

I get a fuel allowance from my company of roughly Ksh.100,000, and I also receive Ksh.500,000 a month from these buildings that are in my name, but at present they are vacant due to COVID, so I receive no revenue from them. I depend on my little Ksh.100,000 income and my MP pay. "

Wahome was the last candidate to show up on the first day of questioning by the committee led by National Assembly speaker Moses Wetangula out of President Ruto's 22 cabinet candidates.

Musalia Mudavadi, Justin Muturi, Aden Duale, Alfred Mutua, and Musalia Mudavadi, the candidates for Prime Cabinet Secretary and Attorney General, respectively, also occupied seats on the hot seat. They hinted that their respective net worths were $4 billion, $700 million, $851 million, and $420 million.

The exercise, in addition to Thursday, October 20, when the government will mark Mashujaa Day, will go until Saturday, October 22, according to a statement from Sarah Kioko, Clerk of the National Assembly.

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