Ndichu brothers reversed money they paid their victims for damages they caused, family reveals

By , K24 Digital
On Wed, 20 Oct, 2021 19:07 | < 1 min read
Ndichu brothers were accused of assaulting women at Ole Sereni hotel. PHOTO/COURTESY

Ndichu twin brothers - Paul Ndichu and Eddie Ndichu - reportedly reversed money they paid the ladies they assaulted at a Nairobi hotel a few days ago.

A report released by the victims' uncle lawyer Philip Murgor says that the two brothers decided to pay the boyfriend of one of the women they assaulted ksh110,000 for the damages they caused his vehicles.

According to the report, the twin brothers decided to pay for the damages after they pleaded with the boyfriend identified as Sammy. They, however, reversed the said amount moments after they returned to their hotel rooms.

"While Ndichu brothers pleaded with Sammy to be allowed to pay for the damage to the car. Sammy accepted a payment of Ksh 110,000 for the damage to the 2 mirrors and a dent. One of the brothers proceeded to pay by M-Pesa, after which they went back into the hotel. However, immediately thereafter, the transaction was reversed," Murgor said in the statement.

The senior counsel claimed Eddie Ndichu is the one who broke the car's right-hand door side mirror while his twin Paul left one.

"The twin brother in dark clothes violently broke the right-hand door side mirror, while the other twin in white shirt, not to be left behind by his twin, violently broke the left-hand door side mirror," he said.

Following the assault and the damages, Murgor did not that his two nieces, Cheryl Murgor and Stephanie Murgor, did not ask for any form of compensation from the two brothers and their offer to pay for the damages was their own offer.