The "All Japan Private Kindergarten Association" has revealed that the use of funds exceeding at least 400 million yen has been unclear in the four years up to this year.
In addition, about 140 million yen was temporarily withdrawn at the public interest incorporated foundation of the related organization, and it was returned just before the audit in November last year, so the Kindergarten Federation is proceeding with the investigation again and Kagawa Keizen The chairman will take decisive action with a view to criminal complaints and civil lawsuits.
Regarding the "All Japan Private Kindergarten Federation", which has about 7,500 private kindergartens nationwide, it became clear that a large amount of money has been unclear since September last year when the audit was conducted, and the Kindergarten Federation has 9 On the day, it was revealed that the total amount of unclear money will exceed at least 400 million yen in the four years from 2017 to this year and the second year of Reiwa.
According to the federation, about 40 million yen has been unclear this year at the "All Japan Private Kindergarten PTA Federation", which is a related organization to which parents of kindergartens belong and is chaired by former Chief Cabinet Secretary Takeo Kawamura. In addition, the public interest incorporated foundation "All Japan Private Kindergarten Early Childhood Education and Research Organization" temporarily withdrew about 140 million yen and returned it just before the audit in November last year.
Regarding the public interest incorporated foundation, although there were unclear deposits and withdrawals within the second year of Reiwa, there was no outflow of funds as a result, but we would like to proceed with the investigation again and disseminate accurate information. ..
In addition, former chairman Kei Kagawa resigned after being pointed out the existence of unclear money in November last year, but the kindergarten federation has made an excuse such as "I have not refused personal diversion". , It is extremely unreasonable.
And, as it is clear that being involved in the forgery of the passbook is at least an illegal act that corresponds to the crime of forgery of private documents, we will take decisive action with a view to criminal accusation and civil lawsuit of former chairman Kagawa. I'm going to take it.
Former Chairman Kagawa responded to an interview with NHK on the 2nd of this month, saying, "I resigned because I am responsible for the management and supervision of the unclear money as the chairman, but the administrative staff manages the account, and I myself am 1 yen. I haven't diverted the money. I have no idea what the money was used for. "