EXCLUSIVE: Another Woman in Ndichu Twins Fighting Saga Speaks Up

  • 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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  • Fresh details have emerged in an assault incident involving the Ndichu twins in which two sisters claimed to have been strangled by the brothers.

    Kenyans.co.ke has exclusively learned that another woman identified as Munira Munira was the first to be allegedly attacked in the incident that has since gone viral.

    In a statement seen on Thursday, October 21, Munira, who is related to a high-ranking city lawyer, noted that she was in the company of the Ndichu brothers, Paul and Eddie, at the Ole Sereni Hotel's rooftop lounge.

    The two Murgor sisters, Stephanie and Cheryl, then approached them and greeted them, but one of the girls allegedly kept reminding Eddie that he was married to media personality Janet Mbugua.

    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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    A scuffle then ensued but security escorted the Murgor's to the lobby from where Munira claims that they attacked her again.

    "We get to the lobby and we’re talking to the receptionist and the next thing we know, a lady is running into the lobby screaming, cursing us out and taking off her shoes asking to fight the person who pissed her sister off. A security guard was, however, restraining her." 

    "That’s when I jumped in and told her again to respect people and to mind her business. She tried to kick me and one of the twins held me back to protect me from her, but one of the men from her side came in and hit me. That is when the twins jumped in and chased him down to the car," stated Munira.

    In the video clip that went viral, one of the Ndichu brothers was seen trying to open the door of the car before returning to the lobby.

    A source told this writer that the two Murgor sisters were in the company of a male friend identified as Samuel, who was also accused of participating in the attack.

    Samuel had allegedly attacked Munira before running into the car to take cover.

    "At that point they tried everything to get this man out of the car for attacking me and while that was happening, the lady inside was pulling every strand of my hair and dragging me around as she was screaming but at that moment I was helpless." 

    "The twins run back into the lobby to help me get this crazy lady off me because she wouldn’t let my hair go. As a result, my hair fell out from my scalp. I was unconscious for a few seconds and left with bruises on my body and a scar on my forehead," Munira added.

    Her medical report from CA Medylinks Hospital, that is in our possession, showed that she had sustained injuries including a 4cm wound over her right frontal bone and had bruises in both the right and left triceps.

    The scuffle at the car left one of the side mirrors broken which prompted the two sisters to demand money for the repair.

    The source indicated that the Ndichu brothers sent Ksh110,000 to a recipient number which bore Samuel's name. They then reversed the money after realising that the car belonged to one of the sisters, and not Samuel.

    Later that evening, on the night of Sunday, October 16, the source revealed that Samuel attempted to extort Ksh1 million from the twins threatening to leak the video which later appeared online on the night of Sunday, October 17.

    Munira also noted that the Ndichu twins did not attack the Murgor sisters but had tried to stop a fight between her and the two sisters.

    The two Murgor sisters, with the help of their uncle, Senior Counsel Philip Murgor, had demanded that the Inspector General of Police, Hillary Mutyambai, assign a special team at the police headquarters to handle the assault case.

    The sisters had disclosed that they were attending a wedding party at the 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.

    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.

    An undated photo of Wapi Pay co-founder Eddie Ndichu (left) and a screenshot from the scuffle.
    An undated photo of Wapi Pay co-founder Eddie Ndichu (left) and a screenshot from the scuffle.
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