According to him, the President should stop power blocs who are desirous of undermining and subverting his efforts.
Sani said there are corrupt power blocs in the presidency whose “civil war” cost Magu his confirmation as the substantive chairman of the EFCC.
Speaking when he received representatives of the National Association of Muslim Law Students in his office on Thursday, Sani became another elite voice to have raised concern about the President Muhammadu Buhari’s effective control of his government where his close allies and aides engage in open rivalry and crossfire.
He said Buhari had made progress in the fight against corruption to “good degree’ and also degraded Boko Haram.
“But Buhari is alone in the fight against corruption in the sense there are many persons around him who are corrupt.
“They did not declare their assets publicly like the President, Osinbajo and myself, hiding under the secrecy law,” Sani said.
Sani said, “the Eight Senate is not “rubber stamp Senate, but it is also not dagger or sword Senate.”