According to Sossion, there has been no communication from the Government since last week.
A last-minute meeting between Knut, MoE officials and the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) on Saturday failed to bear any fruit.
Treasury on notice
Sossion told teachers to go on with the strike, noting they would only be advised otherwise after the Treasury allocates funds and outlines how the allowances and basic pay increment would be paid.
“Allowances under Legal Notice 534 are not negotiable. Only the 300 per cent basic pay demand is negotiable, but we still maintain our demands can be sustained by the economy. We cannot be underpaid because of our numbers,” added Sossion.