Describing the abduction as “professional” is an affront to all hardworking decent professional in various fields, says An Observer.
I refer to the recent unsolved abduction of a well-known pastor in broad daylight by a group of people carrying out what has been described as a “professional” job.
We should stop describing this abduction as “professional”; there is nothing professional in a group of people kidnapping an unarmed unprotected civilian.
The more appropriate words that comes to mind are thuggery, cowardice, lawlessness, criminals who are obviously not God-fearing.
Describing the abduction as “professional” is an affront to all hardworking decent professionals in various fields.
An Observer is a casual follower of the nonstop shenanigans and games played out in the public sphere and at times can’t stop the urge to write and join in the merriment.