The prosecution told the court that DJ Evolveâ€™s family and Babu have made â€œtremendous progressâ€ in their engagements, and that there are only a few remaining documents that they are expecting in order to facilitate an out of court settlement.
The court set the matter to be heard on July 28, 2021 where the court will give further directions on the attempted murder case.
â€œWe are at the last stage of deliberationsâ€¦we are requesting for a later date to confirm the position. We donâ€™t have the documents as of nowâ€¦we could not present our brief to the DPP,â€
The MP, who is charged with the attempted murder of DJ Evolve after he shot him in the neck at B-Club in Kilimani last year January 20, is currently out on bail.
The former student leader was released on January 27, on a cash bail of Ksh10 million.
In October 2020, DJ Evolve stated that the family had agreed to drop the case through his lawyer and focus on getting better.
The prosecution responded by saying that they need time to establish the motivation behind the DJâ€™s sudden change of tune before the charges could be withdrawn.
The Magistrate also noted that the court had not been informed whether or not compensation had been made to DJ Evolve.
At the time, DJ Evolve narrated how the case had affected his process of healing, and how he wanted to focus on recovery.
DJ Evolve was admitted and placed in the ICU at Nairobi Hospital on January 17, after his shooting at Nairobi’s B-Club.