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Ex-school director faces criminal charges over Bt200k embezzlement

national August 21, 2018 11:10

By The Nation

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A former school director in Narathiwat's Muang district is to face action after she allegedly embezzled a fund meant for the school's farming-for-lunch project.



Narathiwat provincial office of the National Anti Corruption Commission (NACC) head Nathawut Khomprasert revealed on Tuesday that sufficient evidence had been forthcoming to warrant the matter being taken further.

The NACC provincial office's fact-finding probe found evidence in June pointing to the guilt of the ex-director of Ban Khok Sumu School in Tambon Bang Por, whose name is still withheld, over her alleged embezzlement of Bt200,000 from the Theppadungporn Coconut Company project.

The NACC provincial office has forwarded a report of its findings, along with recommendations, to the special attorney for corruption litigation to indict the suspect for a trial at the Criminal Court for Corruption and Misconduct Cases Region 9, Nathawut added.

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