Eddie Ndichu married media personality Janet Mbugua in a colourful wedding in 2015.
Their marriage looked like a perfect one until recently when things went haywire.
Janet dumped Eddie Ndichu after several cheating scandals.
In fact, the former Citizen TV anchor no longer wears her beautiful wedding ring and she also deleted all their photos from her social media pages.
It turns out Eddie is also a very violent man.
Over the weekend, he was involved in an ugly fight at Nairobi’s Ole Sereni Hotel.
Eddie and his twin brother Paul Ndichu were reportedly having drinks at Ole Sereni’s rooftop section when they spotted two ladies and a man having a good time at a nearby table.
He then decided to hit on one of the girls but the beautiful lady rejected his advances telling him that he should stick to Janet.
Eddie took this statement more than lightly and within no time, he unleashed his violent side.
Little did he know that the man chilling out with the ladies was his crush’s boyfriend.
The other lady was also her sister.
The Ndichu brothers tried to strangle the lady in the boyfriend’s presence and caused a hideous scene at the hotel’s reception.
A staff member who works at the hotel took a video and shared it with blogger Edgar Obare.
In the video, Eddie’s brother Paul was also captured attempting to break the side mirror of the guy’s car.
Eddie’s twin brother Paul is the ex to NTV presenter Grace Msalame who at some point revealed that he was abusive and would beat her up when she was pregnant.
Surprisingly, Paul has also allegedly parted ways with his wife Maureen. When approached for comment by Edgar, Eddie did not comment on the allegations.
Long Arm of The Law
In a follow-up statement regarding the viral video clip, Inspector-General of Police (IG), Hillary Mutyambai, has given directions to the lady who was suffered abuse from the two brothers.
Through a Twitter post on Monday afternoon, Mutyambai advised the complainants to make immediately make a formal report to pave way for an official investigation into the incident to commence.
The Ndichu twin brothers are founders of a Kenyan startup “Wapi Pay”, which recently reportedly raised Ksh. 239 million in pre-seed funding to scale up global payments and remittances between Africa and Asia.
The startup is headquartered in Nairobi but registered in Singapore.
It currently operates in China, Singapore, Indonesia, Japan, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, India, Taiwan and Vietnam where it is working with local banks and platforms.