Bola Tinubu, the next president, has been urged to release pictures of his meetings with the investors he allegedly met in France.
Ten days ago, Tinubu traveled to France from Nigeria, causing a stir.
After his about one-month-long post-election leave, he returned to Nigeria just two weeks before the trip.
There were rumors that the president-elect had left the country again on May 10 for medical reasons when he unexpectedly flew out on a private jet.
The former governor of Lagos State, according to a statement from his assistant Tunde Rahman, departed the country to complete some responsibilities free from pressure.
Rahman stated that Tinubu will take advantage of the chance to work with some of his assistants to fine-tune the transition plans, programs, and his policy options.
He continued by saying that Tinubu would meet with financiers and other important allies during the tour.
A representative for Atiku Abubakar, the candidate for the presidency of the Peoples Democratic Party, Daniel Bwala, asked for pictures of the investors Tinubu interacted with while in Paris when the president-elect arrived back home on Saturday.
He said that Tinubu did not have any meetings with any investors in France.
Bwala revealed that the Jagaban only met with Nigerian politicians and lobbyists.
“I dare them to share the pictures of those meetings now that he (Tinubu) has ended his so-called official travel to meet with investors, etc.
He wrote on Twitter, “I bet you the foreign investors would turn out to be Nigerian politicians and Nigerian lobbyists from Nigeria if they reveal the images.”