Cheryll Murgor and Stephanie Murgor have withdrawn assault charges against Ndichu brothers following a public apology.

The withdrawal of the assault charges against Edward Ndichu and Paul Ndichu marks the end of of the cases that affected both parties.

"This is to inform you that the public at large that the Ndichu brothers have now offered a public and unequivocal apology dated November 24, to the Murgor sisters and their companions, in terms that have been duly accepted," part of the statement read.

"As a consequence, the Murgor sisters have effective today (Tuesday), withdrawn all their complaints against the Ndichu brothers and requested the Chief Magistrate through the ODPP that all the cases relating to the incident be withdrawn."

Edward and Paul were accused of assaulting the two sisters- Stephanie, 25 and Cheryl, 23 -after an altercation on October 17, 2021, at a Nairobi hotel.

Lawyer Njenga Kiarie had asked the sisters to consider solving the matter outside the court, saying the incident was a misunderstanding and they are ready to repair the damaged car.

“Our client maintains their interest and commitment to amicably resolve the incident that resulted in a misunderstanding on the morning of October 17 and further do request that their willing to repair the motor vehicle that was damaged during the said incident at the earliest," he said.

The Office of the Directorate of Public Prosecutions had recommended the twins be charged with assault and malicious damage to property.

A court declined to suspend their prosecution and recalled their file even as they attempted to gag the media in the ensuing drama.

They were accused of damaging a car that belonged to the sisters or their associates.