Reno Omokri, a socio-political activist, has raised some fresh concern.
He raised concern over the whereabouts of the president-elect, Bola Tinubu.
A statement issued by Tunde Rahman of the the Office of the President-Elect had on March 23, said Tinubu traveled to France where he would plan his transition programme.
But weeks after his departure from the country, some stakeholders especially from the opposition parties questioned his whereabouts.
In a similar vein, Reno, in a post on his Facebook page on Wednesday, lamented that Tinubu has not made any public appearance in the last one month.
He wrote, “Where is Tinubu? He has not been seen in public for a month. That is the question we should be asking.
“Let us not be distracted by passports. If anyone has such evidence, take it to court not to social media. What social media should focus on now is Tinubu’s whereabouts!
“I actually suspect that the passport was deliberately leaked by Tinubu’s people to divert attention from any questions about his whereabouts.
“It is a red herring. They know it won’t stand in court. But it has achieved the purpose it was meant to serve. Distraction! So again, I ask, where is Tinubu?”
Meanwhile, Mr Felix Morka, the All Progressives Congress, APC National Publicity Secretary, said on April 14 while appearing on Channels Television’s Politics Today programme that the president-elect is resting in Europe.
When asked about the whereabouts of Tinubu, Morka said, “He [Tinubu] is probably in Europe. He’s fine. After the elections and all of the energy expended, he just decided to take a moment of rest.