He arrived at the event with his Aide-de-Camp, Nurudeen Yusuf, and was greeted by Catherine Colonna, France’s Minister of Foreign Affairs and Europe.
Mr Tinubu, who arrived in Paris on Tuesday, will attend the summit as well as have bilateral discussions with officials from France, the United States, and Switzerland to examine potential strategies to attract foreign direct investments.
The French-hosted financial conference aims to develop a system that is more responsive, just, and inclusive. A system that will combat inequality, fund the climate transition, safeguard biodiversity, and bring the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) closer to realization.
The meeting is scheduled to attract 39 heads of state from across the world. Several multilateral development banks will be present, including the World Bank, Africa Development Bank, European Union, African Union, and the United Nations.