The notorious Ndichu twins may finally charged with assault and malicious damage to property after two sisters accused them of harassment.
So the Office of the Director of Public Prosecution directed that the two of them should be prosecuted.
The two have been facing charges after a video of them engaging in a brawl went viral. See article.
On October 17, two sisters, Stephanie and Cheryl accused the Ndichu twins of harassing them at Emara Ole Sereni Hotel. This happened after one of the twins made an improper pass at Stephanie who identified him as Janet Mbugua’s husband.
When the girls left for the exit, the Ndichus pursued them. One of them verbally and physically abused Stephanie.
While the other was violently breaking the side mirror of their car.
The twins paid the girls 100k via Mp-pesa. But later reversed the money.
The sisters who are Lawyer Philip Murgor‘s nieces recorded a statement. And appeared before the DCI offices at Langata.
Speaking to the press on 17 November, the lawyer representing the Ndichu towns argued that the ODPP should have charged the sisters with affray. Because they too were involved in the fight aimed at disrupting the peace.
I am disappointed by the decision of the DPP for not charging the Murgor sisters when it is clear that they were supposed to be charged on the following charges. The Murgor sisters should be charged with extortion and defamation with use of GBV (Gender Based Violence) and should also be charged with affray for public fighting and nuisance for their altercation with Munira Munira.
The verdict will be heard in court today, 18th Nov.