After a warrant of arrest was issued against them, twins Paul and Edward Ndichu eventually appeared in court on Friday.
The twins appeared at Kibera Law Courts to face assault charges against sisters Cheryl and Stephanie Murgor.
The two techpreneurs begged with the judge to give them time to resolve the case with the victims outside of court.
On Thursday, a Nairobi court issued an arrest order for the Ndichus for failing to appear in court without offering explanations.
In October 2021, the twins were charged with assault and intentional damage in connection with the Emara Ole Sereni hotel drama involving the Murgor sisters.
Edward is accused of assaulting Samuel Ramdas and giving them actual bodily harm, while Paul is accused of assaulting Cheryl Murgor, Stephanie Murgor, and Chelimo Murgor.
The twins are accused of causing malicious damage to Ramdas’ motor vehicle’s side mirrors, which cost Ksh.87,000, during the nights of October 16 and 17, 2021.
Only one of the twins, Paul, appeared in court last Thursday and entered a plea of not guilty to the accusations.
Edward, his brother, was unable to attend court because he had been denied permission to be absent from work.