Wapi Pay has finally issued a statement following a social media uproar days after video of founders allegedly assaulting women went viral.
Co-founders, Eddie and Paul Ndichu brothers, were involved in s scuffle with two women who have not been identified.
Their startup company, Wapi Pay, released a press statement distancing themselves from the events of that day.
The twin brothers said that they were helping in separating the two ladies who were fighting and it is not “what it looks like”.
The twin brothers were criticized on social media platforms for engaging in a fight with ladies at Ole Sereni Hotel in Nairobi.
The video has brought about Eddie Ndichu’s scandalous past including his marriage with ex-TV girl Janet Mbugua.
Janet Mbugua criticized gender based violence, something which was concluded to be her ex-husband’s viral video.
I am sadden by increasing incidents of Gender-Based Violence. Over the last decade, I have joined my voice to efforts to #EndGBV. I condemn all forms of GBV irrespective of who is involved and will continue to speak out against it. We have laws in Kenya and justice must prevail.
— Janet Mbugua (@OfficialJMbugua) October 18, 2021