Ndichu brothers charged with assault

Paul Ndichu at Kibera Law Courts where he denied assault charges. Photo? Courtesy

The Ndichu twin brothers have been charged with several counts of assault at Kibera Law Courts.

Paul Mwaura Ndichu and Edward Wanyoike Ndichu made headlines in October 2021 after a video of them assaulting two sisters at Emara Ole Sereni hotel went viral.

Paul is accused of assaulting Cheryl and Stephanie Murgor on the night of 16th and 17th October last year at the said Hotel causing them actual bodily harm.

The accused faces two more charges of assaulting one Samuel Ramdas. He is further charged with assaulting one Patrick Kipngetich Koech. The gentlemen were in company of the sisters that night.

Edward, on the other hand, face a charge of assaulting Ramdas causing him actual bodily harm.

In addition, the Ndichu brothers are charged with malicious damage to property.

The court heard that they jointly and unlawfully damaged the side mirrors of Ramdas’ Volkswagen car valued at Sh 87,000.

Paul appeared in court and pleaded not guilty to the charges before Senior Principal Magistrate Renee Kitangwa.

He was released on a cash bail of Sh 100,000.

His brother Edward did not appear in court to plead to the charges. The court heard that he was at work and was not allowed to take leave to attend court to plead to the charges.