One of the Ndichu brothers out on bond in Murgor girls’ case

Paul Mwaura Ndichuat a Kibera court on Wednesday, March 9, 2022. [Collins Kweyu, Standard]

One of the Ndichu brothers, Paul Mwaura Ndichu, was yesterday charged with assault in a Kibera court.

Mwaura (pictured) was charged with assaulting Cheryl Murgor, Chelimo Murgor and Stephanie Murgor at Ole Sereni Hotel along Mombasa road, Nairobi on the night of October 16-17, 2021.

He was presented before senior resident magistrate Renee Kitangwa.

He denied all the six charges related to assault and malicious damage to property.

The suspect was also charged with assaulting Samuel Ramdas and Patrick Koech on the same night at the same hotel. 

Mwaura faced another count of malicious damage to property.

It is alleged that he willfully and unlawfully damaged side mirrors, valued at Sh87,000, of a car belonging to Ramdas. According to the charge sheet, it is in the second count that he is charged alongside his brother Edward Wanyoike Ndichu of malicious damage to property.

Wanyoike was not in court to take a plea but faces one charge of assaulting and injuring Ramdas.

Mwaura was released on a bond of Sh100,000 or a cash bail of a similar amount. 

The case will be mentioned on March 21 when Wanyoike will also be charged with assault on Ramdas.