President Muhammadu Buhari has told people who are impatient with the manifestation of the dividends of his "Change" agenda to leave the country and "go" to another nation.
The Nigerian leader was speaking during a "high-level" meeting with leaders of Niger Delta region in connection over militancy and oil pipeline vandalization on Tuesday 1 November 2016.
"We are determined to make life comfortable and affordable to all Nigerians. If anybody has a country to go to, let him go, we will stay here and salvage our country."Referring to the Niger Delta stakeholders, Buhari said:
"Please Your Excellencies, Your Majesties, Distinguished ladies and gentlemen; we all have our individual constituencies.
"Let us try to pacify our constituencies. Let us first recover our country, secure the country and let us invite people who will invest. Let us create jobs for our people and let us be accountable to our people where we are sitting on treasuries, whether it is local government, state or the center. We should ensure that we rebuild this country.
"Nobody wants to fail. So, the only way out is, if people understand and believe that we are doing our best at all levels, then we will have some peace. But it they have reason to doubt our performance and sincerity, then we will have problem."