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Khalwale excites netizens after disclosing his net worth too following Mudavadi’s 4B declaration

by Joshua Wanga
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On a day of high drama which saw nominees for Cabinet positions drop mind-boggling figures when asked to declare their wealth, Kakamega senator Boni Khalwale caused a stir after coming out to also declare how much he’s worth.

It started with what sounded like a dare from one of his followers. A certain Mr. Vincent Luchiri boldly asked the senator through his Twitter handle what his net worth is, derisively referring to him as ”bwana sina kazi”.
Replying to @KBonimtetezi

What’s your networth bwana sina kazi..

In a quick response, the senator philosophically replied that his wealth isn’t in form of money but family. His tweet read,
Dr Boni Khalwale, CBS
Am worth my family

A couple of cheeky followers suggested that if Khalwale’s wealth is measured in terms of his family then he must be very rich since he’s a Father Abraham who has countless children..
During yesterday’s vetting, Prime Cabinet Secretary nominee Musalia Mudavadi told the National Assembly Committee on Appointments he is worth Sh4 billion.
Mudavadi was the first to appear before the committee for vetting this Monday at 9.00 am.

During the session, National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetangula, who is also Chairman of the Committee, asked Mudavadi to reveal his financial net worth.
“If I take my investments in shares in some companies and also the properties that I own, I’d put my net worth at about 4 billion shillings,” he said.

Mudavadi was also asked about current and anticipated sources of income.
“Rental income dividends where I have shareholdings and also interest and of course other expenses that come from the farm,” said Mudavadi.

From the onset, Mudavadi sought to clear his alleged involvement in scandals that have rocked the country.
“At the age of 33, I was appointed to the Ministry of Finance in 1993. That is when the Goldenberg saga had been in existence and was coming to its full-blown situation. This was a scheme where the intention of the government in terms of export compensation scheme went sour and it was misused and it caused the country a lot of damage and expenses,” said Mudavadi.

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