Former Kiss100 radio presenter Andrew Kibe is currently one of the few media personalities who have felt the need to defend Eddie and Paul Ndichu. The twins were accused of promoting Gender Based Violence after a video emerged of them, allegedly assaulting two women at a club. However, according to Kibe, the method being used by women, to fight the two brothers, did not sit nicely with him.
The story of the Ndichu Brothers assaulting two ladies at Ole Serani hotel has been the main talk on social media with People condemning them for laying hands on women. Many people have been fighting for the ladies to get justice but the two had not broken silence on the incident.
The Ndichu twin brothers have hit the headlines for the wrong reasons after footage emerged of them engaging in an ugly altercation at the Ole Sereni hotel with two women who reportedly rejected their advances. Paul Ndichu and Eddie Ndichu are now walking a tight rope and a date with the court is now certain after the two women who were reportedly assaulted by the twins took action against them by reporting the matter to the police.
The Ndichu brothers have been trending for the past two days on social media after a video of them assaulting two women surfaced online. Have you heard of them before? Well here's a little Information about them ; Eddie Ndichu is married to journalist Janet Mbugua and are blessed with two son.
Fresh details have emerged about the incident where Ndichu Brothers allegedly attacked two sisters at Ole Sereni Hotel. According to an update by Kenyans.co.ke, another woman identified as Munira was the first to be attacked in the saga. Munira was chilling out with Eddie and Paul at the Hotel's rooftop lounge.
Ole Sereni Hotel has finally broken silence following a viral video of the Ndichu twins Paul and Eddie beating up two women who allegedly rejected them. The hotel's management through a statement released on their Instagram page revealed that during the sad incident on 17th October 2021, their security intervened to prevent further violence.
It is a sad news to the Ndichu brothers after a Nairobi court issued a warrant of arrest against them.The two brothers were charged with assault of the Murgor sisters and malicious damage in an incident that occurred in Emara Ole Sereni Hotel. The twin brothers were expected to appear in Court but failed to.However,Paul appeared last week and denied the charges against him and was released on a cash bail of Kshs 100000.Paul was accused of assaulting Cheryl, Stephanie and Chelimo Murgor.
Paul and Eddie Ndichu, twin brothers, are scheduled to appear in court next week to face criminal charges in the ongoing case of assault and malicious damage to property. Last Monday, the two were supposed to enter a plea, but the court was informed that they were not inside the jurisdiction.
https://www.facebook.com/438216603021915/posts/2319506961559527/ The Ndichu brothers namely Eddie Ndichu and Paul Ndichu were made headlines when they were spotted by a CCTV camera abusing a woman at a high-end hotel in Nairobi in October last year. Eddie and Paul were having a good time at a hotel while they had a confrontation with one of Murgor sisters that led to a physical fight and destruction of property.
The Office of the Director of Public Prosecution (ODPP) has directed that Ndichu brothers should be prosecuted after they were after they were seen in a video engaging in an altercation with two women at a Nairobi-based hotel. The twin brother, Paul and Eddie, are facing charges for maliciously destruction of property after one of the brothers was captured on video breaking a side mirror of a car at the hotel’s entrance.
Blogger Edgar Obare was the the people behind the expose of Ndichu brothers,Eddie Ndichu and his twin brother Paul for reportedly assaulting a woman who rejected them at Ole Sereni hotel in Nairobi. In a video,one of the twin brothers is seen trying to break a car side-mirror.
The case of Ndichu brothers who are said to have allegedly assaulted two ladies in Nairobi has taken a new twist. This comes after what happened as the Director of Public Prosecution returned the files to the police. The police have been asked to investigate 10 things. Among them, the following things are to be investigated;
Ndichu brothers who are partners of Wapi Pay have resigned from their positions top Directors of the Company. The twin brothers went viral after a a video of them allegedly assaulting two women at Ole Sereni Hotele, Nairobi. From the video shared by popular blogger, Edgar Obare, the two brothers can be seen causing drama in the expensive Nairobi hotel at night.
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.
Popular entrepreneurs Paul and Eddie Ndichu were able to release a statement on what happened at Ole Sereni Hotel Nairobi. (Images of Ndichu brothers with their family for illustration purpose) According to sources, the brothers are remorseful to the people affected by the video. They pointed out that the story is distasteful and troubling whereby, it has painted a grim image about them.
Ndichu twin brothers The Emara Ole Sereni hotel on Tuesday addressed the brawl involving the Ndichu brothers, Eddie and Paul, which occurred in the hotel lobby. In a statement, the group's CEO Ghulam Samdani said he was aware of the altercation that ensued on Sunday and that his security staff intervened before it escalated.
The women who were supposedly attacked by Eddie Ndichu and his twin sibling Paul Ndichu have at long last come out to give their side of the story. Through their uncle Philip Murgor, the two women Stephanie Murgor and Cheryl Murgor have described the difficulty they went through on account of the twin siblings.