IPOH: DAP MP Buruas Deputy Datuk Ngeh Koo Ham (picture) According to the website of the Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC), it was declared as non-RM80mil rather than RM75mil.
Paraf EDC has announced another RM2mil asset for its spouse and children.
The speaker of the State Assembly said his estimate had not yet been upheld, and there were two other things to be announced.
"My firm must be handed over to my colleagues, because I am not a lawyer, and my cost is still to be assessed," he said at the press conference on Friday (November 23) in the State Secretariat building of the upcoming State Assembly.
Mr. Ngeh is heading the list of assets behind Prime Minister Tun is Dr. Mahathir Mohamad, who has accumulated assets PM32mil.
Ngeh says he is not the wealthiest member of the parliament, since there are several MPs, including Pakatan Harapan and Barisan Nesonyan, who were forced to publish their assets.
"God has shown me kindness, and I value life as a blessing, so I want to be open to my assets," he said.
Ngeh said he had been a lawyer for 32 years and that he would not just work for the money in the last 20 years after he got his first RM2mil.
"I worked to make a contribution to the community, but my investment made a great deal of benefit, so that the prices and profits increased.
"I live separately from money, because I do not live, I live happily and simplicity is freedom.
"I still get my hair straight from the Indian hairdresser at my law firm, but sometimes because of the lack of time, I go to hair salon RM 15," he said.
According to Dr. Mahathir, all members of the administration, including ministers, their deputies and political secretaries, have been forced to announce their assets to the prime minister.