Vice President of Nigeria Yemi Osinbajo has asked Nigerians who voted the president Buhari Muhammadu-led regime to exercise some more "patience" with the government while it tackles the problems currently plaguing Nigeria.
Osinbajo, speaking at the Southwest Conference of the All Progressives Congress (APC) held at the Premier Hotel, Ibadan via his representative at the event, Senator Babafemi Ojudu, on Thursday said:
"We seek your continued trust and ask you all to join hands with the government as we tackle and surmount the challenges ahead. Change is not easy, but we are not relenting until we achieve a better life for all Nigerians. The change that we advocate will be irrevocable when we are finally done.
"Nigerians who desired the needed change that we promised voted for our great party in their millions. That confidence reposed in us by millions of Nigerians is what we have come to renew.
"Since we have savoured the sweetness of that electoral victory, we cannot afford to betray the trust that paved the way to usher in change from the ineptness of the past. When we took over the reins of governance, we knew things were bad. What we did not realise, however, was just how bad they really were. Now we know better!"