Murgor Issues Demands to Police on Ndichu Twins’ Case

  • Undated images of Lawyer Philip Murgor(left) and Eddie Ndichu (Right)
    Undated images of Lawyer Philip Murgor(left) and Eddie Ndichu (Right)
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  • Senior Counsel Philip Murgor on Wednesday, October 20, called upon the Inspector General of police, Hillary Mutyambai to speed up investigations into the alleged assault involving the Ndichu twins, Eddie Ndichu and Paul Ndichu. 

    Murgor demanded that Mutyambai assigns a special team at the police headquarters to handle the case involving his nieces Sheryl Murgor and Stephanie Murgor.

    The lawyer remarked that he wants the case dealt with by a special team as soon as possible expressing fears that Kenya has a history of cases taking too long before conclusion.

    “We are asking the Inspector General, and we emphasize the Inspector General, not the Directorate of Criminal Investigations, to take action as he promised.

    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.
    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.
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    “And that does not mean that we have no confidence in everyone at the DCI. The IG has stood up, and taken a step. We hold in to his commitment," Murgor noted.

    IG Mutyambai had earlier assured that the incident shall be fully investigated, but Murgor has maintained that he has to blow the whistle before there is interference in the matter. 

    “The IG Mr. Hillary Mutyambai has given an assurance that the incident will be fully investigated. 

    “On our part, due to the alleged influence and power the perpetrators are supposed to wield, we demand that the IG assigns the investigation to a special team at the police headquarters," the lawyer stated.

    Murgor further stated that it was a serious matter, and they will not only have to pay for the property allegedly damaged, but will have to face the law as well. 

    “The special team should ensure that the investigations are completed as soon as possible, and forwarded to the Office of the Directorate of Public Prosecutions, for the Ndichu twins to be prosecuted,” an excerpt from Murgor’s statement read. 

    Murgor insisted that the twins must be arraigned in court, and he will ensure that they do not get away with it. 

    “People who assault people get the opportunity to pay and get away over and over again. We would like to see them in court,” the senior counsel stated. 

    An undated image of Janet Mbugua's husband, Eddie Ndichu (right), and his twin brother, Paul Ndichu posing for a photo
    An undated image of Janet Mbugua's husband, Eddie Ndichu (right), and his twin brother, Paul Ndichu posing for a photo
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