The Employment and Labour Relations Court in Nairobi on Friday, granted a court order to the police to ensure that Wilson Sossion is granted adequate security to access Knut offices on Mfangano Street, Nairobi.
The court order issued in favour of the embattled Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) Secretary-General, Sossion, was directed to Kamukunji police boss.
Reports reveal that some Knut officials are clashing with Sossion over the validity of court orders that reinstated him to his Secretary-General position.
Lawyers representing Mr Sossion and those for the acting Secretary-General Hesborn Otieno gave differing accounts on what happened after the court issued its orders stopping the August 29, 2019 meeting, where members ousted the nominated MP.
While urging the judge to lift her orders, they argued that Sossion had a chance to challenge his suspension at the Annual Delegates Conference.
Mr Sossion woes began when he directly campaigned against the implementation of the new curriculum being implemented by the government.
A position, he firmly took to say teachers were not adequately prepared, and one he affirmed on Tuesday on an interview with Yvonne Okwara on Citizen Tv on Tuesday.
“Teachers were ill-prepared,” he said.
“This is a new curriculum that needs a lot; a lot still needs to be done… Those who were training teachers were ill-prepared to train the same teachers because they could not even interpret the designs” – Wilson Sossion #NewsNight pic.twitter.com/IzfUWnzTAg
— Citizen TV Kenya (@citizentvkenya) September 17, 2019