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Janet Mbugua's Husband Steps Down As A Board Member

Janet Mbugua's husband Eddie Ndichu has stepped down as a board member of the association of Fintechs in Kenya in a statement that was confirmed by the board following assault allegations.

Ndichu stepped down voluntarily after consulting with board members pending formal investigations into the matter.

"The board of association of Fintechs in Kenya takes note of the unfortunate allegations made against our board member Eddie Ndichu following an altercation at a city hotel" a statement issued by the board.

The company through its chairperson Ali Hussein further stated that the company is committed to utmost integrity.

“The association will always remains committed to its objective of ensuring utmost integrity and advocating for the well-being of the fintech community and technology industry at large" part of the statement reads 

The move by Ndichu comes hours after he lost a multi million investment by one of the general investors of his company.

The general patner at Kepple Africa issued a statement following the assault video stating that they did not tolerate gender based violence adding that they will not work with people who encourage such immoral behaviors.

The two brothers are now facing assault allegations as the viral video showed the two engaging in a scuffle with unidentified individuals.

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