The former governor of Ekiti State and Deputy National Chairman (South) of the All Progressives Congress, Segun Oni on Tuesday said the party was elected to do the impossible.
Oni said this in an interview with journalists at the APC secretariat in Abuja.
He said Nigeria’s problems cannot disappear overnight.
The former governor pleaded with Nigerians to be patient with the Buhari administration, stating that it is doing its best.
He also said some politicians were using the herdsmen to destabilise the Muhammadu Buhari administration.
He said, “The economy was traumatised by a government whose only agenda was to win another round (of elections). Therefore, everything that they could put into trying to win a second round, even bastardising the economy, was done and we are all here.
“The reality on ground is that, if the previous government were (still) in power by now, Nigeria would have virtually packed up, maybe many of us would have become refugees by now.
“Yes, we are elected to do the impossible; we will do our best. I just want to plead that people should give us more realistic expectations.”