It is related to the suspicion that the former presidents of the medical corporation in Osaka, who were indicted in the case of the back office over the hospital attached to Nihon University, have provided at least 90 million yen in cash to the president Tanaka of Nihon University so far. I found out by interviewing people.
When the Tokyo District Public Prosecutor's Office searched the home of President Tanaka as a related party, cash exceeding 100 million yen was found, so the Special Investigation Department is expected to cooperate with the national tax authorities to investigate the flow of funds.
President Tanaka has denied the transfer of cash to any investigation by the Special Investigation Department.
Defendant Tadao Inoguchi (64), who was a director of Nihon University, and Masami Himoto (61), a former president of the major medical corporation "Kinshukai" headquartered in Osaka City, are rebuilding the Itabashi Hospital attached to Nihon University School of Medicine. A total of about 420 million yen was leaked to the former president of the university, and he was accused of damaging the university.
According to the people concerned, it was newly found from the statements of the two people that there is a suspicion that at least 90 million yen in cash has been provided to the President Hidetoshi Tanaka of Nihon University so far.
Of this amount, 30 million yen is a case involving rebuilding work, and it is suspected that it was provided in August of last year immediately after 220 million yen was remitted from the contractor who received the order to the company of former president Himoto. ..
In this case, when the Tokyo District Public Prosecutor's Office searched the home of President Tanaka as a related party, it was newly found that cash exceeding 100 million yen was found, and the Special Investigation Department also cooperated with the national tax authorities and continued to fund. It is expected to advance the elucidation of the flow of.
According to the people concerned, President Tanaka has denied receiving cash from former President Himoto and others for any investigation by the Special Investigation Department.
Nihon University told NHK that "cash found in the president's home is due to executive compensation and the profits of restaurants run by the president's wife, and I hear that tax filing is done properly." I have commented.Keywords: