• Eddie and Paul Ndichu's lawyer Edwin Sifuna said they have not asked for an out of court settlement, and are prepared for the case.
Lawyer Philip Murgor, who is representing Stephanie and Cheryl Murgor in a case against Eddie and Paul Ndichu has said they are not considering settling the matter out of court.
In a press address on Thursday, Murgor responded to reports that the Ndichu brothers had stretched an olive branch to the Murgor sisters.
"We have been approached by 3 different advocates, one of whom is a sitting Member of Parliament. That MP who is a lawyer looked at the letter, saying it was absolute rubbish, he said he had advised the Ndichus to make a public apology and another to the victims before suggesting a meeting," Cheryl and Stephanie's lawyer Philip Murgor said.
Murgor said that they rejected the offer to settle the matter out of court.
Contrary to Murgor's statement, Eddie and Paul Ndichu's lawyer Edwin Sifuna said they have not asked for an out of court settlement, and are prepared for the case.
"Contrary to what the Murgor Sisters are claiming, our clients have made no offers at all to settle this matter because they firmly believe in due process. As such our position remains that we want to meet these extortionists in court. We will not negotiate with criminals," Sifuna said.