The residence of Nissan’s former chairman was damaged in the explosion in Lebanon, and the Ghosn couple were not injured

On August 6, a large-scale explosion occurred in a warehouse storing chemicals at the port of Beirut, the capital of Lebanon, on the afternoon of August 6. 135 people were killed and about 5000 people were injured, according to the Japanese Oriental News. The home of Carlos ghorn, the former chairman of Nissan motor, who fled to Lebanon at the end of 2019 because of his involvement in a lawsuit, was also damaged in the explosion, Japanese media said. < / P > < p > according to reports, Ghosn’s residence in Lebanon is about 5 kilometers away from the scene of the explosion. His wife, Carol, said in an interview with the media, “we have nothing to do, but the home has been damaged, and the whole of Beirut has been destroyed.”. In November 2018, Ghosn was arrested in Japan on suspicion of concealing huge personal income and misappropriating company funds for private expenditure. Ghosn himself denies all the charges. In April 2019, Ghosn was arrested again. Later, the court agreed to bail Mr. Ghosn, but asked him not to leave Japan. The Japanese court was scheduled to hear the case of Ghosn in April 2020, but Ghosn left Japan and arrived in Lebanon at the end of 2019.