Ndichu brothers lose on Investments after assault scandal

In the light of the assault scandal facing the Ndichu brothers, foreign investors in the twin brothers’ company have withdrawn their portfolio.

Kepple Africa Ventures have released a statement on twitter announcing they will relinquish their rights of investment stake in Wapi pay.

Kepple Ventures made the decision in support of women’s rights of safety, and condemned the assault of the two women by their former partners.

This comes a day after a viral video was shared online by the boyfriend of the woman who was assaulted for rejecting advances made by the Ndichu twins.

The assault went as far as the woman’s sister and the boyfriend being attacked.

Their car was also vandalized with both side mirrors being broken.

 

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