Ndichu Twins' New Demands to Police After 5-Hour Grilling

  • A file image of Ndichu brothers.
    A file image of the Ndichu brothers.
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  • Ndichu Twins, Eddie and Paul, on Wednesday, October 27, issued new demands to police during a 5-hour grilling by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) detectives at the Lang’ata Police Station.

    In the statement, the duo argued that the Murgor sisters were also culpable of any criminal or civil proceedings since they were captured on CCTV taking part in the fight.

    The two further demanded that the sisters, Stephanie and Cheryl Murgor, be charged with affray, which denotes taking part in a public fight aimed at disrupting the peace.

    According to the Kenyan Constitution, Section 92 of the Penal Code, any person who takes part in a fight in a public place is guilty of a misdemeanor and is liable to imprisonment for one year.

    A screenshot of a CCTV footage in Emara Ole Sereni on Sunday 17, 2021.
    A screenshot of a CCTV footage in Emara Ole Sereni on Sunday 17, 2021.
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    During the grilling, the twins also accused the sisters of being part of an extortionist ring.

    In their statement, the duo argued that Stephanie and Cheryl were in the company of two men who were hellbent on extorting them, leading to the altercation.

    On Thursday, October 21, a source close to the two confided to Kenyans.co.ke that a character identified as Samuel, who was in the company of the two sisters, had attempted to extort Ksh1 million from the twins threatening to leak the video which later appeared online on the night of Sunday, October 17.

    The video showed one of the Ndichu brothers, dressed in white, vandalising a car before heading to the lobby where he took part in a fight.

    A comprehensive CCTV footage from Emara Ole Sereni hotel showed an altercation between Stephanie and a woman identified as Munira Hassan at the hotel's rooftop.

    In her statement, 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.

    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.

    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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