By Saihou Mballow
The Barrow’s Youths Movement for National Development was formed by Gambians to support the efforts of President Barrow transitional term and their rights must be respected.
Section 25 (1) (e) of the Constitution allows every person to have the right to the freedom of association which shall include freedom to form and join associations and unions, including political parties and trade unions.
Every Gambian should respect the rights of others to form movements, organizations and political parties.
If majority of those attempting to condemn the Barrow’s Youths movement either formed or belongs to a political party, movement, or organization then why not the Barrow’s youths members.
Certain elements do not care about what is often referred to as their social responsibilities. In this twenty first century, no one should allow some irresponsible elements who would prefer to settle for peanuts and betray the interest of the larger society.
You belongs to a political movement, stop being a menace to others just because your political advancement is threatened.
Presently this government is on the right course to eliminate all the formulas of a despot and implement the principles of genuine democracy and respect for the rule of law.
Media reforms, Freedom of the press, freedom of movement and Commission of inquiry are ongoing.
As the saying goes: ‘Do on to others as you would like others to do on to you.’