Knut Secretary General Wilson Sossion was on Monday locked out of his Nairobi office by people he said were goons hired by his colleagues.
The Nominated MP met about 10 bouncers when he arrived and was told there were strict instructions against his access to the office.
Sossion pleaded with the men in front of journalists but none of the them spoke to him.
He told the reporters that he had complied with a court order that lifted his suspension ahead of an inter-parties hearing on May 10.
Sossion noted that he can only be blocked from the headquarters by people who obtain fresh orders from the Employment and Labour Relations Court.
“I want Kenyan teachers to see the goons hired by my colleagues whom I have, over the years, helped get the positions they have now. They are not attached to any security firm and do not look like security personnel,” he said.
Sossion pointed the finger at acting Chairman Wycliffe Omucheyi and acting SG Hesbon Otieno.
“This is a slap on the Judiciary,” he said.
“It is evident that the labour movement in this country is under attack through such conspiracies. I am not surprised by this … it is betrayal from within but I will not leave because only the teachers who voted for me have the powers to remove me.”