According to Falana, some people that can be found in the Aso Presidential Villa are standing trial for corruption.
He made this claim while speaking as a guest at the 60th anniversary of the call to bar of Aare Afe Babalola in Ekiti State on Monday.
“I’m urging the president to lead an anti-corruption crusade so that the country – the largest concentration of black people on earth, can take its rightful place in the committee of nations.
“Highly-placed public officers steal money meant for building hospitals, and people are dying on our roads.
“Some of those who are going in and out of the villa are standing trial for looting the treasury of this country. So, wrong signals must not be sent to our people and the international community,” Falana said.