Ndichu brothers charged with assaulting women, malicious damage to property

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On Wed, 9 Mar, 2022 18:57 | < 1 min read
Paul Ndichu before Resident Magistrate at Kibra Law Courts. PHOTO/Sheila Mutua

One of the Ndichu brothers has been charged over assault and malicious damage to property allegations before Kibera Law Courts.

Paul Ndichu who appeared before senior resident magistrate Renee Kitagwa denied four charges.

Paul's twin brother Eddie did not turn up to face the charges against him.

In the first count, Paul is accused that on the night of October 16 and 17, 2021, at Emara Ole Sereni Hotel at Langata sub-county assaulted Cheryl Murgor causing her actual bodily harm.

In the second count, Paul and his twin brother Eddie are jointly accused of damaging side mirrors of a vehicle that belonged to Samuel Dennis Ramdas at the hotel valued at Ksh87,000.

On the third count, Paul is being accused of assaulting Chelimo Murgor and on the fourth count, he is accused of a similar crime against Stephanie Murgor.

The magistrate ordered Paul to be released on a Cash bail of Ksh100,000.

His twin brother Eddie was ordered to appear in court on April 25 to plead to the charges.