President Bola Tinubu left Paris, France after his official visit and traveled to London, United Kingdom, for a brief private visit.
The president’s exceptional participation at a forum for “A New Global Financing Pact” convened by French President Emmanuel Macron occurred when he was in France.
In addition to taking part in the summit, President Tinubu met with other heads of state and government, prominent business figures, and the heads of renowned multilateral and development financing organizations from across the globe in high-profile side sessions.
As the globe quickens the speed of the energy transition and the urgency of tackling the urgent concerns of poverty and climate change, the summit gave the President the chance to present his support for expanding the fiscal space, economic justice for Africa, and the need of doing so on a global scale.
Originally, he was supposed to return to Abuja on Saturday.
But according to the presidency, Tinubu will return to the nation in time for the approaching Eid-el-Kabir celebration.