Janet Mbugua’s Estranged Husband Loses Ksh240 Million Worth Of Investment Following Brawl With Women 

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  • Foreign investors have pulled out of multimillion shillings deal with Janet Mbugua's estranged husband following the ugly fight with women at Ole Sereni.
  • Twin brothers Paul and Eddie Ndichu were caught on camera engaging in a fistfight with two ladies and a man at Ole Sereni in the wee hours of Monday morning.
  • The brothers are captured in the video fighting the said ladies and when a man tried to assist, one of the brothers was seen strangling him.

Foreign investors have pulled out of multimillion shillings deal with Janet Mbugua’s estranged husband following the ugly fight with women at Ole Sereni.

Twin brothers Paul and Eddie Ndichu were caught on camera engaging in a fistfight with two ladies and a man at Ole Sereni in the wee hours of Monday morning.

The brothers are captured in the video fighting the said ladies and when a man tried to assist, one of the brothers was seen strangling him.

Asked what prompted the assault, the lady explained that it was all because they had turned their advances down.

The incident sparked uproar attracting the attention of Inspector-General of Police Hillary Mutyambai who asked two women to make a formal report to the police.

Well, foreign investors have also pulled out of a multimillion shillings deal with the twin brothers on learning of the violence they meted on the two women.

Janet Mbugua’s estranged husband and his twin brother are known for co-founding fintech Wapi Pay, a successful start-up that deals with digital payments.

Paul and Eddie’s startup Wapi Pay suffered a great deal after an investor who contributed to $2.2 million/Ksh240 million announced he was pulling out.

Nigeria-based Kepple Africa Ventures issued a statement on Twitter, announcing the withdrawal of their investment stake in Wapi Pay.

Kepple Co-founder Takahiro Kanzaki and General Partner Satoshi Shinada both put out a statement on Twitter condemning the unbecoming conduct of the two brothers

“In light of the alleged assault on women by the founders of our portfolio company Wapi Pay, we Kepple Africa Ventures hereby announce that we have zero tolerance on such conduct amd announce that we will relinquish all the rights of our investment stake in Wapi Pay.” the Tweet read.

Wapi Pay is a fintech startup that offers global payments and remittances services between Africa and Asia.

Janet Mbugua’s estranged husband and his twin brother founded Wapi Pay in 2019 in Singapore though it is now headquartered in Kenya.

Wapi Pay now operates in China, Singapore, Indonesia, Japan, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, India, Taiwan and Vietnam — working with local banks and platforms.

Related: Drama At Ole Sereni As Janet Mbugua’s Estranged Husband And His Twin Brother Beat Women (Video)

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