• Mudenyu said that he had tried to contact the club via email so as to get settlement on his unpaid dues but there has been no communications as at yet.
• Last week Collins Shivanchi who is also a former defender at the club threatened to sue the club for Sh 1.2 million in arrears.
Former AFC Leopards defender, Robert Mudenyu is set to move to the Sports Disputes Tribunal (SDT) to report his former club over unpaid arrears totaling Sh 991,000 after his contract with the club expired before the start of the 2023/24 season.
The 27-year-old defender joined Ingwe back in August 2019. He joins a list of players who are also suing the club after its failure to renew their contracts at the beginning of the season and have unpaid wages.
Mudenyu said he had tried to contact the club via email so as to get a settlement on his unpaid dues but there has been no communication so far. "I have tried to talk to them about the money they owe me and I have done this through email for records. They owe me Sh991,000,”
"They asked me to suggest how I want them to pay me, but unfortunately, it has taken two weeks without their response to the mail I wrote them,” he said.
Last week, Collins Shivachi, who is also a former defender at the club, threatened to sue the club for Sh 1.2 million in arrears.
Mudenyu is set to complete his move to FKF Premier League debutants Murang’a Seal before the close of the transfer window on September 15 at 5 p.m.