President Bola Tinubu arrived in France yesterday to attend the Global Financing Pact Summit, an event organized by President Emmanuel Macron. Upon his arrival, President Tinubu took the opportunity to connect with Nigerian residents and meet with the chairperson of the Nigerian Diaspora Commission, Abike Dabiri-Arewa.
The Nigerian community in France provided President Tinubu with a comprehensive briefing before he headed to the summit. This engagement with the Nigerian diaspora aimed to foster stronger ties and gather insights on the challenges and aspirations of Nigerians residing in France.
President Tinubu shared the news of his arrival on his official Twitter handle, expressing his enthusiasm for participating in the Global Financing Pact Summit. In his tweet, he wrote:
“My team and I have arrived in Paris, France, where we’ll be taking part in the Global Financing Pact Summit convened by President Emmanuel Macron.”
The Global Financing Pact Summit is a significant gathering of world leaders, policymakers, and international finance institutions to discuss strategies for global economic development and financial cooperation. President Tinubu’s presence at the summit highlights Nigeria’s commitment to global financial stability and showcases the nation’s proactive engagement in international initiatives.
As the summit progresses, President Tinubu is expected to play a crucial role in advocating for Nigeria’s interests and collaborating with other leaders to address pressing global economic challenges.