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In Eliot’s play, Beckett encountered four tempters and he acquitted himself most admirably.

Last Saturday, some suspected Badoo cult members, disguised as worshippers, reportedly smashed the head of a woman right inside a Cherubim and Seraphim Church in Igbo Agbowa, Ibeshe in Ikorodu area of Lagos after a prayer night vigil.

First performed in 1935, ‘Murder in the Cathedral’ is a play by the 20th century British playwright and social critic, T. Eliot which tells the story of the assassination in 1170 AD of Archbishop Thomas Beckett by loyalists of the then British monarch, Henry II.

In writing the drama, Eliot was said to have drawn heavily from the account of Edward Grim, a clerk who witnessed the tragic event in Canterbury Cathedral and recorded it for posterity.

What the foregoing says is that the security challenge we are dealing with in our country today requires much more than drafting in troops.

To contain the activities of criminal cartels, especially those that specialise in drugs, human trafficking, kidnappings, prostitution, insurgency etc., you need close-to-the-ground intelligence gathering and partnerships at all levels.

That some criminally-minded persons would now turn such a place to their battleground demonstrates just how low we have sunk as a nation.

Given the way he dealt with the ‘Four Tempters’, the archbishop in T. Eliot’s play also teaches that there are certain compromises that are just unacceptable in God’s sanctuary.

Because we never came to terms with the fact that if it could happen elsewhere, it can also happen in our country.