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IG Mutyambai Responds To Video Of Janet Mbugua's Husband Fighting

The clasp, which made rounds on the morning of Monday, October 18, surfaced online in the wake of being shared by blogger Edgar Obare and extremist Boniface Mwangi. 

In the clasp, Eddie and his twin sibling, Paul Ndichu, are seen participating in a fight with a unidentified people. 

Mwangi, through his Twitter account, disclosed that the sister to the casualty educated him that the two siblings had purportedly assaulted her and her sweetheart at an eatery in Nairobi. 

"Recently, my sister and I were assaulted by the Ndichu twins for consciously turning them down. They took steps to shoot us and ruin our lives." 

"My sister was choked by Paul Ndichu while her beau who had acted the hero was being choked by Eddie," posted Mwangi on Twitter, labeling the Inspector General of Police. 

One of the Ndichu's, who was wearing a white T-shirt, was likewise seen battling with a vehicle prior to heading into the entryway of the structure. 

Mutyambai, in light of the clasp during his Engage the IG chat on Twitter, guided the complainants to make a proper report. 

"This episode ought to be accounted for to the closest police headquarters for activity," coordinated the Inspector General of Police. 

In the wake of sharing the recording via web-based media, Kenyans encouraged the distressed gatherings to dispatch objections as opposed to sharing them via online media. 

"The two have been at these their negative quirks for some time now. Couldn't say whether they have somebody high up," shared a web-based media client distinguished as Gorani Nekishon. 

Sexual orientation Based Violence has been on the ascent in Kenya notwithstanding the state's work to end the bad habit. In June 2021, the public authority reported that it was on course to end Gender-Based Violence by 2026. 

Measurements show that 40% of ladies in Kenya are probably going to confront physical or potentially SGBV including lifetime physical and additionally sexual close accomplice brutality in the course of their life. 

One of every five young ladies in Kenya likewise faces kid marriage or Female Genital Mutilation, Kenya has far to go.

Content created and supplied by: Fastnewskenya (via Opera News )

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