Ndichu brothers have not recorded statements with investigating officers over assault allegations

By , K24 Digital
On Mon, 25 Oct, 2021 20:41 | < 1 min read

Eddie Ndichu and Paul Ndichu who have been accused of assaulting women at Ole Sereni hotel on October 17, are yet to record their official statements with the investigating officers, K24 Digital can reveal.

The duo was accused by two sisters Stephanie Murgor and Cheryl Mugor who were attending a wedding after-party event at the Nairobi hotel.

Cheryl alleged that one of the twins beat her little sister Stephanie as can be seen in parts of the clip that went viral for all and sundry.

The complainants reported the matter at Akila Police Station before the matter was transferred to Lang’ata Police Station.

On Monday, October 25, 2021, the two sisters were accompanied by their uncle who is Senior Counsel Philip Murgor to Lang’ata police station where they recorded the statement as has been confirmed by K24 Digital.

Detectives handling the matter have however told K24 Digital that the twin brothers have not yet recorded any statements with them.

They say the case is still at a preliminary stage, and that when the right time comes, the accused persons will have to be summoned to record their statements into the matter.

“We are yet to question the accused, and they have not reported any statements with us. Today, we grilled the complainants and once the case is at an advanced stage, we will have to summon the accused to record their statements,” detectives at Lang’ata police station told K24 Digital.

This comes after another CCTV clip emerged online showing two women fighting. Murgor has however laughed it off insisting that it was a carefully sliced bit that doesn’t represent the correct state of whatever transpired on the material day.

All he wants for his clients, who are also his nieces, is justice.