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DCI and ODPP Differ in the Ndichu Twins Case

The office of the Director of Public prosecutions (ODPP) and DCI have differed in the Ndichu twins case.

According to a report by KTN news, the ODPP returned the file case of Ndichu brothers to the DCI ordering them to first do several things including;

Confirm from firearms board whether the two brothers are licenced gun holders and if indeed they have the weapons as alleged by the victims.

To get the CCTV footage from Ole Sereni Hotel.

To have all witnesses in the incident including workers who were present at the time record personal statements at a police station.

The Murgor sisters Stephanie and Cheryl through their lawyer Philip Murgor said that they want the twins arrested for harming them on the night of 17th October.

They said that they were at Ole Sereni Hotel for a wedding after party.

The two brothers attacked them when they said no to their advances.

The sad case has attracted much public attention since being exposed for the first time by blogger Edgar Obare through his BNN Instagram page.

Ndichu twins were hard hit by the expose. They lost a multimillion investment and also had to step down from various positions to give room for investigations.

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