Wapi Pay co-Founders Eddie Ndichu and Twin, Paul Ndichu issue statement regarding Ole Sereni incident

Image: The Ndichu brothers

It definitely hasn’t been easy for Eddie and Paul Ndichu, to have their names circulating on all media tabloids after their fight at the Ole Sereni hotel.

The video from that fateful night shows a drunk Paul Ndichu breaking someone’s side mirror; while his brother Eddie Ndichu is seen caught up between two ladies who he claims were fighting. And, being a gentle man he saw it right to separate them – only for the story to backfire on him.

Eddie and Paul Ndichu

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Well, as seen on a new statement released by Wapi Pay; the brothers have distanced themselves from any from of abusive against women saying;

We found the story distasteful and troubling and want to firmly state that any type of behavior involving violence against women does not reflect our values nor does it reflect those of Eddie and Paul.

The Ndichu brothers

Wrong place, wrong time?

As seen on the same statement, the brothers also distanced themselves from any form of racial discrimination; adding that they would never encourage any form of gender based violence.

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However Eddie and Paul did offer their deepest regrets; and as of now, the matter is already being investigated by the police and DCI.

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