Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen on Wednesday appeared before a parliamentary committee on appointments to be vetted for the position of Cabinet Secretary.
President William Ruto nominated the Senator for the position of CS at the Ministry of Roads and Transport.
The vetting on Wednesday gave the Senator an opportunity to reveal his net worth.
"I am worth an estimated figure of Sh550 million shillings. The amount is made up of properties majorly houses in Nairobi and Eldoret, 3 parcels of Land in Trans Nzoia, land in Narok, Kajiado and another in Nairobi apart from one I live in Nairobi and machinery in terms of motor vehicles."
He said he said he generates income through practising law, serving as a senator and also through farming.
Other CS nominees to be vetted Wednesday are, Zachariah Njeru (Lands), Susan Nakhumicha (Health) and Peninah Malonza (Tourism).
Murkomen is the 11th Cabinet secretary nominee to be vetted.
On Tuesday Five others including Kithure Kindiki (Interiors), Aisha Jumwa (Public Service and Gender), Moses Kuria (Trade), Njuguna Ndung'u (Treasury) and Davis Chirchir (Energy).
On Monday, five cabinet secretaries were vetted.
They include Prime Cabinet nominee Musalia Mudavadi, Justin Muturi, the Attorney General nominee, Defense CS nominee Aden Duale, Alfred Mutua (Foreign and Diaspora Affairs) and their Water, Sanitation and Irrigation counterpart Alice Wahome.
The vetting exercise runs through to Saturday, October 22, with the exception of Thursday, October 20, when the country will observe Mashujaa Day.
The candidates are required to present before the committee their original IDs, academic and professional certificates, as well as letters of clearance and compliance from EACC, KRA, HELB, DCI and CRB.