The demand letter seen by kenyagist.com asked the station to expunge the exposÃ© from all its platforms, inluding on social media and YouTube.
The lawyers also demanded an unreserved and unconditional apology to be broadcasted during its primetime bulletin at 9pm.
The firm also wants a full admission of liablity for defamation, which will open discussions on damages payable to Megascope.
NTV was given a deadline of Friday, August 21 to meet the demands, failure to which the station would be sued.
In the looming suit, the firm’s lawyers will be seeking damages of alleged slander and libel.
NTV was accused of relying on suspicious an unverified sources for the exposÃ©.
Megascope argued that contrary to Okari’s investigative piece, it was not contracted to by KEMSA to clear any consignment on its behalf.
“Our client did not receive any kits donated from China or anywhere else for distribution to Kenyans.
“Our client did not recieve any masks or any other material whatsoever from Jack Ma or any other donor for distribution to Kenyans,” the firm’s laywers maintained.
Speaking to kenyagist.com, National Action Against Corruption Director Gordwins Agutu who was Okari’s source in the exposÃ© was unmoved by the threats of legal action.
“They will be beaten fair and square in their own game,” he declared.