The National Human Rights Commission of The Gambia is mindful of the worries raised by means of the Gambia Teachers’ Union in the case of the hot arrest and mishandling of a instructor title withheld by means of staff of Police Intervention Unit (PIU).

Mamour Jobe of the National Human Rights Commission, printed this whilst giving lecture at an afternoon’s discussion board arranged by means of Amnesty International in partnership with the European Union and Alliance Francaise as phase of actions marking International Human Rights Day.

His remark got here according to a query by means of a involved player of the Amnesty International Kanifing Municipality, who sought after to understand the destiny of the instructor and whether or not there have been steps being taken by means of the Commission.

“Teachers deserve to be treated with respect and the GTU is to ensure that this matter is not compromised in any way,” it said.

“We have gone through our files, but have not come across any formal complaint over the issue yet.”

However, Jobe famous they’d respect ‘if they’ve complainants’ approaching board, which he mentioned, would lend a hand them of their paintings and make sure precedence.

The Commission, he added, is mindful of the worries raised by means of the lecturers’ union, who he added, have mentioned they’d officially record a criticism to the fee.

“However, they are yet to find formally file a complaint.” he added.

Recently, a instructor from Kotu Senior Secondary School used to be taken into custody in a humiliating means for reminding police of their fundamental running rules or just display courtesy to the varsity management, whilst seeking to arrest a pupil from the mentioned faculty, in line with studies.