Abraham Kithure Kindiki, the current CS for Interior and National Administration placed his net worth at about Kes 544 million.
“My Net worth is Ksh.544 million. At the moment I am an advocate of the High Court of Kenya, I practice law. I am also a business person running a number of SMEs and I am also a consultant for local and international organisations,” Kithure Kindiki told the vetting committee that was chaired by the National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetangula.
Revealing this during the vetting of CS nominees in parliament, Kithure Kindiki net worth comprises land and buildings that are worth more than Kes 165 million, bank deposits of about Kes 50 million, and investments and shares in 5 different Saccos in Kenya.
All the nominated CS are required to declare their wealth before a parliamentary committee in a vetting process stipulated by law.
Kithure Kindiki’s net worth has shown that hard work and determination can give one the wealth they would need. Kithure Kindiki is an advocate of the high court, having pursued law to doctorate level.
The net worth of other CSs is:
- Kes 4 billion for Musalia Mudavadi
- Kes 700 million for Justin Muturi
- Kes 851 million for Aden Duale
- Kes 218 million for Alice Wahome
- Kes 430 million for Alfred Mutua