The government has until Monday next week to iron out matters raised in the on-going teachers’ transfers and delocalization failure to which the Kenya National Union of Teachers gives a strike notice.
Addressing the media Sossion says their effort to meet Teachers Service Commission to discuss the matter has been futile as teachers continue to complain and suffer.
According to him the commission does not consider health status of teachers and their families before transferring them.
At least 1000 head teachers and 500 teachers have been transferred by the commission.
Meanwhile top leadership of KNUT maintains that Sossion remains a duly elected Secretary General and union members pushing for his ouster should do the same by following the due process not to storm his meetings.