An international company that had heavily invested in Wapi Pay, founded by Eddie Ndichu and his twin brother Paul Ndichu has pulled out following the twins’ nasty fight over the weekend.
The two were accused of physically assaulting female guests at Ole Sereni hotel along Mombasa Road.
Two days after the fight, Kepple Africa Ventures has announced that they will relinquish all the rights of their investment stake in Wapi Pay.
Kepple Africa Ventures co-founder Takahiro Kanzaki made the announcement through his Twitter page where he condemned the incident.
“In light of the alleged assault on women by the founders of our portfolio company Wapi Pay, we Kepple Africa Ventures hereby announce that we have zero tolerance on such conduct and announce that we will relinquish all the rights of our investment stake in Wapi Pay,” he wrote.
According to the victims, Eddie got physical when on of the female guests reportedly turned him down when he requested to hangout with her.
“Yesterday my sister and I were attacked by the Ndichu twins for respectfully turning them down. They threatened to shoot us and ruin our lives
“My sister was strangled by Paul Ndichu while her boyfriend who had come to her rescue was being strangled by Eddie,” one of the victims alleged.