After the Ndichu brothers apologized in public, the Murgor sisters dropped their allegations against them.
All criminal charges pertaining to the incident that happened in October 2021 at the Ole Sereni Hotel have been dropped, according to a ruling made this morning by the Chief Magistrate at Kibera through the ODPP.
According to Philip Murgor, an attorney representing the Murgor sisters, “this signals the conclusion of the terrible tale, giving everyone of the impacted parties an opportunity to enjoy the impending holiday season.”
The Murgor sisters and their companions have received a public apology from the Ndichu twins.
The Ndichu brothers stated in their letter, “We have since taken time to ponder and self-reflect on the same and realize that given our stature in society, much more was expected of us on how we handled the issue.
We learned vital lessons from the tragic experience, and they will undoubtedly help us moving forward.
The two brothers were charged with assault and malicious property damage on the evening of October 17, 2021, at the Ole Sereni Hotel in Nairobi, causing physical harm to the victim.
Paul and Edward Ndichu, the Ndichu twins, were accused of assault and malicious damage in October 2021 as a result of the Cheryl and Stephanie Murgor hotel incident at the Emara Ole Sereni.
While Edward Wanyoike Ndichu was charged with attacking Samuel Ramdas, Paul Mwaura Ndichu was accused of assaulting Cheryl Murgor and Stephanie Murgor.
The twins are accused of intentionally damaging Ramdas’ car’s side mirrors, which cost Ksh. 87,000.
On the same night, Samuel Dennis Ramdas’ car was allegedly intentionally and unlawfully damaged by him and his twin brother Eddie Wanyoike Ndichu.
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