He also called for the arrest and prosecution of the civilian collaborators of the “coup plotters.”
According to him, it is illegal to jerk up the budget and allocate the chunk of the addition to themselves. He wondered why such should happen at a time when Nigerians are groaning in pains of poverty and non-availability of basic infrastructure.
Falana made the call in Ilorin, Kwara State, yesterday in a paper titled: “Politics, leadership and accountability, the role of the people” which he delivered at a colloquium on Kwara @ 50 organised by The Movement For Genuine Change. He, however, warned the political class to stop playing into the hands of potential coup plotters.