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Paul, Eddie got involved in an attempt to defend themselves from aggressors, Wapi Pay responds to assault claims

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Wapi Pay has disputed reports that its co-founders Eddie and Paul Ndichu assaulted two women and a man at Ole Sereni Hotel on Saturday night.

A statement by the digital company say that contrary to the reports Eddie and Paul were trying to neutralize a confrontation between the two women.

The statement further states that the twin brothers were defending themselves from certain aggressors.

“Our understanding is that the video currently being shared on social media, albeit horrific and regrettable, do not depict the true events that transpired that night. To be clear, Paul and Eddie got involved in an attempt to neutralize a confrontation between two women and to defend themselves from certain aggressors,” reads the statement.

The two Eddie and Paul had been accused of assaulting the two women for allegedly turning down advances towards them

Wapi has further stated that it does not condone violence against women and that the act does not depict the real characters of Eddie and Paul.

“Wapi Pay co-founders Paul and Eddie want to use this medium to express their deepest regrets for the incident that occurred,’ Wapi Pay stated.

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The incident has elicited uproar on Social Media with many calling for the arrest of the two brothers.

Eddie’s wife Janet Mbugua has also condemned the incident saying that for justice to prevail.

Meanwhile a tech firm that had invested in Wapi Pay has already pulled out its funding.

“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,” she wrote.

VIDEO OF THE DAY; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TsEZXtqFItk