Eddie Ndichu and his twin brother Paul Ndichu are on the public domain after a video of the two assaulting women at Ole sereni hotel went viral.
Eddie gave a statement saying that he is extremely saddened by the incident but would not give a comment as the matter is being handled by the police.
This comes shortly after he stepped down from his position as a board member of the Association of Fintechs in Kenya, as announced by the association .
The Board of AFIK said it regrets the current circumstances adding that it does not in any way condone gender-based violence or violence of any kind.
The other victim, Paul Ndichu also suffered a major blow after one of the Chinese investors in their Wapi Pay company withdrew their funding.
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