• Malonza said she is worth Sh300 million, which consists of prime land in Mombasa, Kajiado, Kitui, and Nairobi counties.
• She said if approved for the position, she will promote a collaborative working environment.
Tourism, Wildlife and Heritage Cabinet Secretary nominee Peninah Malonza on Wednesday appeared before the MPs committee for vetting.
Her evaluation began a few minutes past 2pm.
Malonza was dressed in a black skirt suit with a floral blouse.
Malonza said she is worth Sh300 million which consists of prime land in Mombasa, Kajiado, Kitui and Nairobi counties.
She said the land amounts to Sh240 million.
"I have motor vehicles, three to be precise valued at Sh10 million. The other Sh20 million is from my farm and livestock I keep," she said.
She said if approved for the position, she will promote a collaborative working environment.
Malonza said she will work with the Ministry of Transport to reinstate charter planes flying directly to Mombasa.
"I will be looking forward to collaborate with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs so that we can use our missions out there, we start a tourism desk and provide targeted materials for our international markets."