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Bangkok school director suspected of food-budget corruption 

By The Nation

 

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A school in Bangkok’s Yannawa district gave students instant noodles for breakfast and sold free school milk at Bt5 a cup, claims an online anti-corruption watchdog.

 

Findings revealed on the Thai Anti-Corruption Club’s Facebook page include video of school cooks pouring state-subsidised free milk into a pot. Parents of the students are now demanding to know what the school is doing with its food budget.

 

Wat Yannawa School’s director allegedly ordered canteen staff to cook fried eggs and omelette or semi-instant noodles with minced chicken, dishes which cost about Bt15 per portion. However, the school reportedly spends about Bt200,000 a month to hire Napat Food Co Ltd to produce dishes at Bt40 per portion. The difference between the state budget and money spent on meals has sparked growing concern that corruption may have occurred.

 

The school director also allegedly told teachers and other staff to sell snacks and soda to students, with surveillance cameras installed to monitor whether they were following the instruction. Meanwhile, parents are reportedly prohibited from entering the school’s canteen, according to the Anti-Corruption Club.

 

Full Story: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30390224?utm_source=category&utm_medium=internal_referral

 

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Please Sir.....can I have some more...NO !

regards worgeordie

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Can I join that Anti corruption club? sounds fun 

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14 minutes ago, robblok said:

How do you know that.. rumor or have you seen proof. I mean if there is proof plenty of anti corruption agencies like this one that can take action if there is real proof. 

 

don't hold your breath ...

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15 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

Wat Yannawa School’s director allegedly ordered canteen staff to cook fried eggs and omelette or semi-instant noodles with minced chicken, dishes which cost about Bt15 per portion. However, the school reportedly spends about Bt200,000 a month to hire Napat Food Co Ltd to produce dishes at Bt40 per portion. The difference between the state budget and money spent on meals has sparked growing concern that corruption may have occurred.

Greed and corruption in every institute.

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16 hours ago, robblok said:

How do you know that.. rumor or have you seen proof. I mean if there is proof plenty of anti corruption agencies like this one that can take action if there is real proof. 

 

My stepdaughter oversees the fund and has been warned to keep her mouth shut or she will lose her job. A snitch will never get another government job, so she goes to work practically in tears each day with that threat hanging over her head. 

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Are there any honest people in the upper echelons of Thai society?

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9 minutes ago, fittobethaied said:

My stepdaughter oversees the fund and has been warned to keep her mouth shut or she will lose her job. A snitch will never get another government job, so she goes to work practically in tears each day with that threat hanging over her head. 

no one is forcing her to work there. 

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