• His brother Paul Ndichu took a plea and was released on a Sh 100,000 bail. 

 

Ndichu brothers VS Murgor sisters
Ndichu brothers VS Murgor sisters
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Eddie Ndichu was a no-show at the Kibra Law Court where he was set to take a plea in a case of assault and malicious damage to property. 

The Techie was meant to take a plea alongside his twin brother Paul Ndichu.

Eddie's lawyer told the court that the accused was could not appear in court because he did not get permission from his employer. 

This sparked protest from lawyer Philip Murgor, who is representing the plaintiff, Stephanie and Cheryl Murgor. 

SC Murgor said it was the first time in his career he had heard an accused person can’t come to court because he did not get permission from the employer. 

His brother Paul Ndichu took a plea. He pleaded not guilty to the offense and was released on a Sh 100,000 bail. 

On the other hand, Eddie is set to take plea on March 21.

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