Eddie Ndichu, husband to former TV host Janet Mbugua has been forced to resign from a top job role following his scandal involving assault against two women in a Nairobi hotel. Through a special board notice seen by this writer, Ndichu stepped down from the board membership role at the Board of Association of Fintechs this afternoon pending a formal investigation into the matter.
Following circulation of videos that showed Paul and twin brother Eddie in a confrontation with women, their company Wapi Pay issued a press statement detailing what transpired. However, some details from the press statement has rubbed several people wrong, including celebrity singer Wahu Kagwi. The wife to Nameless has taken to her social media to call out the company for giving out a half-cooked apology.
Renowned techpreneur Eddie Ndichu(Photo/Courtesy). Wapi Pay CEO Eddie Ndichu has been the talk of social media after he was involved in a scuffle last weekend at Ole Sereni hotel in Nairobi. A video shared widely on different social platforms showed Eddie and his twin brother Paul causing drama at the hotel's lobby after two ladies reportedly turned down their advances.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
In a statement released on Tuesday, October 19, Eddie denied that they had assaulted two women at a city hotel on Saturday night. The co-founders of Wapi Pay stated that they did not assault any women and they were de-escalating the situation after two women they had met at the hotel got into a physical confrontation.
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.
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.
Wahu, a musician, has chastised Wapi Pay management for their claims that Eddie and Paul Ndichu were involved in a brawl at the Ole Sereni Hotel. The mother of two said on social media that the press statement contradicts what was seen on video footage that surfaced on Monday.
Ndichu twin brothers Wapi Pay came firmly to defend their co-founders Paul and Eddie Ndichu after they were involved in a fight with two women at a hotel in the city. In a statement, Wapi Pay said the two found themselves in a confrontation that they wanted to neutralize and defend themselves from certain attackers.
Kenya as a country does not at any give point support the gender based violence. This has created a culture where no one wants to be associated with any person involved in any kind of gender violence. This has gone to a point where the corporate try their best and safe guard their brands by disengaging with the brands or persons that encourage or get involved in cases of gender based violence.