Two sisters accusing Eddie and Paul Ndichu of assault have addressed why they believe the twins allegedly attacked them on Saturday night, October 16.
Speaking during a press conference on October 20, 2021, the sisters explained that they were attending a wedding party at a city hotel when one of them was approached by one of the Ndichu twins who was dressed in black.
Sheryl Murgor and Stephanie Murgor told journalists that the man in black made inappropriate remarks towards the latter and she told him off noting that he is married to a media personality, Janet Mbugua.
However, a woman who was in the company of the brothers shouted that the two were no longer married.Senior Counsel Phillip Murgor and his nieces Sheryl Murgor and Stephanie Murgor on Wednesday, October 20, 2021, at his office in Ecobank Towers, Muindi Mbingu Street.Kenyans.co.ke
According to the Murgors, this is what led to the confrontation that was captured in a video clip that went viral on social media. Stephanie claimed that when she decided to leave one of the brothers verbally attacked her and then proceeded to strangle her.
Her boyfriend jumped in to rescue her but he was also allegedly assaulted, according to accounts by the 22-year-old's lawyer Phillip Murgor.
The sisters who were in the company of two other people stated that they left the premises and the twin brothers and a lady who was with them followed the group to the lobby. The twins claimed that the Ndichu brothers ambushed Sheryl and physically attacked her.
They accused the Ndichu twins of damaging their friend's car and referenced the video which had gone viral showing one of the brothers in a white T-shirt, struggling with a car side-mirror before heading into the lobby of the hotel.
Senior Counsel Murgor termed the incident which involved his nieces as unfortunate and vowed to pursue justice for the duo.
He thanked the police and the hotel's security for intervening in the matter and urged the facility to release CCTV footage that will be used as evidence in the case. Murgor also urged the police to expedite investigations into the matter.
The Senior Counsel also claimed that his nieces were threatened with guns by the Ndichu twins adding that such revelations made the case urgent since "these are people who are well connected".
Inspector-General of Police, Hillary Mutyambai, Monday, October 18, had given directions after a video clip of the Ndichu twins, engaging in a fistfight emerged.
Mutyambai, in response to the clip during his #EngageTheIG talk on Twitter, directed the complainants to make a formal report.
"This incident should be reported to the nearest police station for action," directed the Inspector General of Police.Senior Counsel Phillip Murgor and his nieces Sheryl Murgor and Stephanie Murgor on Wednesday, October 20, 2021, at his office in Ecobank Towers, Muindi Mbingu Street.Kenyans.co.kegun fight
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