Nissan Motor CEO Hiroto Saikawa has said the release of former chairman Carlos Ghosn was not unexpected.
Saikawa spoke to reporters on Wednesday after Ghosn was released on bail.
Asked about Ghosn's wearing a factory uniform when leaving a detention house, Saikawa said he did not watch the footage because he was busy.
Regarding reports the former chairman is planning to hold a news conference, the CEO said that's up to Ghosn and his attorneys.
Nissan is conducting an in-house investigation into Ghosn's alleged wrongdoing. Saikawa said the firm will release the findings publically as they emerge.