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See you in court, Shebesh tells Kidero

January 5th, 2014 1 min read

A defiant Nairobi Women representative Rachel Shebesh on Sunday told off Governor Evans Kidero over a court order requiring them to make peace on allegation that they fought on September 6 last year.

Through her lawyer Cecil Miller, Ms Shebesh told Dr Kidero to prepare for a legal duel, saying she will not agree to an out of court settlement.

“We have no intention to negotiate and my Client has issued express instructions to this effect, consequently, there are no intentions to strike any agreement out of court. My client wants the law to the arbiter,” Mr Miller told Nairobi News.

The lawyer said they have enough witnesses to testify in favour of Ms Shebesh.

The stance throws into spin camp Kidero who were gearing up for the reconciliatory talks.

Mr Evans Ondieki, a lawyer to Mr Alex Ochako who moved to court to stop assault suit against Dr Kidero, had told Nairobi News that they wanted the two protagonists to meet one on one and not through intermediaries to settle the dispute pitting them.

“We are preparing ground for the two to meet directly as opposed to going through brokers who might complicate the process,” Mr Ondieki said.

He said they had set out to meet Ms Shebesh on Saturday but it turned out that she was not available.