Ndichu Twin Brothers Eddie and Paul Ndichu might find themselves vindicated from charges of assaults. This is after a video going viral on social media reveals the other side of the CCTV footage of the two allegedly assaulting two ladies related to Senior Counsel Philip Murgor. In the second CCTV footage, two women are caught fighting inside the Ole Sereni hotel.
Paul Ndichu co-founder and executive director at Wapi Pay. According to Crunch Base, he previously worked as the CEO and leader at Jumia Group and also had senior stints at Interswitch, CFC Stanbic among other institutions. Founded in 2019, Wapi Pay provides a payment gateway for African businesses to receive and send money from Asia via mobile money platforms and bank accounts.
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.
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There's talk of a dual threat. Eddie and Paul Ndichu, who are twins, are at the center of a scuffle that occurred over the weekend at the Ole Sereni Hotel in Nairobi. Blogger Edgar Obare and activist Boniface Mwangi, who released video of the brawl, brought attention to the situation.
The twin brothers Paul and Eddie Ndichu trended after a video showed them beating up two women at the Ole Sereni hotel in Nairobi. The act has been condemned all over the country as top companies that supported them withdrew their sponsorship, as they also pave way for investigations
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.
Former Nrm general Miguna Miguna is the latest dignitary to comment on the Ndichu brothers saga. Miguna claims the twin brothers are a violent lot who should be locked in police custody over assault allegations hovering over their names. Photo courtesy Miguna through his Twitter page reiterated the incident in which the two brothers were caught on tape assaulting a woman at Ole Sereni hotel, here in Nairobi.
The two brothers, who are accused of assaulting ladies who were attending a wedding after party event at the Ole Sereni hotel in Nairobi, have not yet recorded their statement with the investigating officers. According to detectives handling the case, Paul Ndichu and Eddie Ndichu have not come out to record a statement with them.
Former TV anchor Janet Mbugua's husband, Eddie Ndichu, has issued a statement following a viral video that showed him and his twin brother, Paul Ndichu, allegedly engaging in a fight. In a statement delivered on Tuesday, October 19, Eddie rejected that they had attacked two women at a city hotel on Saturday night.
Miguna urges Kenyans to cripple Wapi pay company. Miguna who is already an exiled lawyer has continued to condemn the act by Ndichu twin brothers who attacked Janet Mbungwa and her sister. The general has termed the Wapi pay company that is owned by Ndichu and his twin brother,as a zone where they take advantage of the vulnerable women and therefore,Kenyans must cripple the company.
Co-founders of Fintech Start up Wapi Pay ,Eddie Ndichu and Paul Ndichu have finally broken their silence a day after a video made rounds on social media in what appeared to be a scuffle at Ole Sereni Hotel. In a statement made on Tuesday morning the twins said that they were aware of the story that was in circulation .The two distanced themselves from the allegations of assault and claimed that the viral video was not a true reflection of the events from that fateful night.They claimed that on the said night, they were trying to defend themselves from certain aggressors.
Former Citizen TV news anchor Janet Mbugua has reacted to a nasty video of her husband Eddie Ndichu assaulting a woman at one of famous hotels within Nairobi city. A disappointed Janet decried the act by her estranged husband as she condemned Gender-Based Violence. Without mentioning the exact incidence, the sassy journalist stated that she condemns all forms of GBV irrespective of who is involved and will continue to speak out against it as she warned that the law could prevail on the perpetrators.
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.
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.
Talk of twin menace. Businessmen Eddie and Paul Ndichu who happen to be twins are at the center of a scuffle that took place at the Ole Sereni Hotel in Nairobi over the weekend. The drama was highlighted by blogger Edgar Obare and activist Boniface Mwangi who shared footage showing the altercation.
Former CitizenTV journalist Janet Mbugua has recently broken her silence regarding her husband's assault claims. Janet who is said to have separated from Eddie Ndichu, the father of her children, did not mince any words in her statement. Kenyan entrepreneurs Eddie Ndichu and Paul Ndichu were recorded as they allegedly attacked a man and his girlfriend.
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.
Twin brothers Eddie and Paul Ndichu are on the spot after allegedly assaulting women in a hotel. Since the videos of the situation went viral, they have finally broken their silence. Eddie Ndichu, through a statement, denied the assault allegations asserting that they were pacifying the situation after two women they had met in the hotel got into a fight.