Ghosn’s former chairman didn’t speak publicly about the incident.

Ghosn’s former chairman didn’t speak publicly about the incident, September 30 at 4:48 a.m.

Carlos Ghosn, former chairman of Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., who is fleeing to Lebanon in the Middle East, has announced that he will attend events at local universities to support business administration courses and other events. It is unusual for former president Ghosn to appear in public, but he did not say anything about the incident.

Nissan’s former chairman Ghosn, who fled to Lebanon last December, announced today that he will attend a university event outside the capital Beirut to provide business administration courses and support for startups.

Ghosn, the former chairman, has often responded to media interviews since his escape, but it was unusual for him to appear in public, and the venue was packed with media.

In this statement, Ghosn said he would “play a role in rebuilding Lebanon by hiring jobs and nurturing entrepreneurs,” stressing that the spread of the new coronavirus and the massive explosion in Beirut in August will contribute to rebuilding the Lebanese economy in a crisis situation.

On the other hand, he did not say any questions related to the incident, saying, “I don’t want to divert the story.”