Edgar Obare's Exposé a Huge Blow to Eddie Ndichu and His Twin as Kepple Ventures Withdraw Investment
Janet Mbugua's Ex-husband Eddie Ndichu and his twin brother Paul have lost a multimillion deal a day after they were exposed by blogger Edgar for allegedly beating up women at Ole Sereni Hotel. The Kepple Africa Ventures investor Kanzaki Kepple tweeted that in the light of the alleged assault on women by founders of their Portfolio company Wapi Pay, they will relinquish all rights of their investment stake in Wapi Pay since they have zero tolerance on such conduct.
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On Monday morning there was disturbing news on Eddie and Paul Ndichu twins beating up two ladies at the Ole Sereni hotel. The video was very disturbing as many called them off saying action should be taken because that was gender based violent and its not acceptable. In the recent post shared on twitter shared today morning by the Kepple Afriva Venture company that had invested $2.2 million to work with the Ndichu's inorder to digitizer Africa-Asia trade payments.
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Paul and Eddie Ndichu could soon loose everything they have worked hard for. This is because the two twin brothers are reportedly being accused of beating up two women and their boyfriend in Nanyuki over the weekend. According to eye witnesses and the statement of the battered lady, Paul and Eddie Ndichu started the brawl after a lady that one of the brothers was seeking refused his advances.
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Janet Mbugua's husband, Eddie Ndichu and his twin brother, Paul Ndichu, have lost a multi-million investment in their company, Wapi Pay, after one of its investors pulled out. One of the General Partners of Kepple Africa Ventures,Takahiro Kanzaki, took to Twitter on Tuesday, October 19, to announce that their company did not tolerate gender based violence.
Janet Mbugua's husband, Eddie Ndichu and his twin brother, Paul Ndichu, have lost a multi-million investment in their company, Wapi Pay, after one of its investors pulled out. One of the General Partners of Kepple Africa Ventures, Takahiro Kanzaki, took to Twitter on Tuesday, October 19, to announce that their company didn't tolerate gender- based violence.
Eddie and Paul Ndichu, Kenyan techies, are in the middle of a tempest when a key investor in their budding finance startup dropped out over a viral video. Kepple Africa Ventures, a Japanese venture capital firm, declared on Tuesday that it will "relinquish all rights to our investment ownership" in the twins' Kenyan fintech startup, Wapi Pay.
One of the General Partners of Kepple Africa Ventures,Takahiro Kanzaki,who was an investor in Wapi Company which is owned by Janet Mbugua's husband Eddie Ndichu and his twin brother Paul Ndichu ,pulled out his multi-million investment from the Company after a video of Eddie Ndichu and Paul Ndichu assaulting a woman went viral on the internet.Kanzaki took to Twitter on Tuesday, October 19, to report that their organization didn't endure sexual orientation based brutality.
In light of the recent scandals, the Ndichu twins have now started losing investors.The twins are the founders of Wapi Pay Company. According to a Chinese Investor from Kepple Africa Ventures, they do not tolerate the behavior displayed by the Ndichu twins and will take action by withholding their investment on the Wapi Pay Company.
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