The President-elect, Bola Tinubu, has again jetted out of the country to Europe just days to his inauguration on May 29.
According to a statement by his aide, Tunde Rahman, he will meet with investors and key allies in business during his trip to Europe, his aide.
This is coming two weeks after the President-elect returned to the country from a trip to the United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia, and France.
In a statement shared on Twitter, Rahman stated that Tinubu left the country for Europe on a working visit.
Part of the statement read, “President-elect Bola Ahmed Tinubu on Wednesday afternoon left Nigeria for Europe on a working visit.
“He will use the opportunity of the trip to finetune the transition plans and programmes, and his policy options with some of his key aides without unnecessary pressures and distractions.
“During the visit, the President-elect will engage with investors and other key allies with the goal of marketing investment opportunities in the country and his administration’s readiness to enable a business-friendly climate through policies and regulations.
“Already, meetings with multi-sectoral actors in Europe’s business community, including manufacturing, agriculture, tech, and energy have been lined up.”
Rahman added that Tinubu was scheduled to return shortly for preparations for his swearing-in as President on May 29, 2023.