Twin brothers Paul and Eddie Ndichu on Friday finally appeared in court after a warrant of arrest was issued against them.
The twins presented themselves at the Kibera Law Courts to answer to charges of assaulting sisters Cheryl and Stephanie Murgor.
The twin techpreneurs pleaded with the court to allow them time to settle the matter out of court with the victims.
A Nairobi court on Thursday issued a warrant of arrest against the Ndichus for failing to appear in court without providing reasons.
The twins were charged with assault and malicious damage over their Emara Ole Sereni hotel drama case involving the Murgor sisters in October 2021.
Paul is accused of assaulting Cheryl Murgor, Stephanie Murgor, and Chelimo Murgor while Edward is charged with assaulting Samuel Ramdas and causing them actual bodily harm.
The twins are charged jointly with malicious damage of side mirrors of Ramdas’ motor vehicle worth Ksh.87,000; the two committed the offences on the night of October 16 and 17, 2021.
Only one twin – Paul – appeared in court last week and took a plea where he denied the charges.
His brother Edward was not in court as he was denied permission to be absent from work.