Former Nigerian Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode says Nigeria has an option to implement "real democracy" with a clear definition and separation of powers among the Executive, Legislative and Judicial arms of government or "go to blazes".

"It is either Nigeria belongs to us all or let there be no Nigeria", Mr. Fani-Kayode in a statement responding to the scandal involving the country's Chief Judge, Saturday.

In his words, Fani-Kayode said, "Ponder on this long and hard. Now that CJN Onnoghen has been ordered to step down please take note that in Nigeria today the the Presidency, the Federal Government, the National Assembly, the Judiciary, Security Agencies, Military, Intelligence Agencies, INEC and even the leading opposition party are all in the hands of northern Muslims."

He advised the CJN to ignore the "monstrous,  self-serving, unlawful and unconstitutional" directive or risk throwing the country into "tyranny, injustice and servitude" which he said would be dangerous for the unity of the oil rich state.