New details emerge in school 'tea money' probe

Ex-head Viroj Samluan, currently filling an inactive post, last month staged a 'support rally' by Samsenwittayalai School students but now a leading member of the alumni association has added to the evidence of big tea money payments. (Bangkok Post file photo)

Former chairman of Samsenwittayalai School's alumni association handed the Education Ministry information allegedly linked to the "tea money" scandal at the school.

Chana Wongmusik, who is also a member of the Nakhon Si Thammarat Provincial Administrative Organisation council, submitted the information to Education Minister Teerakiat Jareonsettasin at the ministry via Chaipreuk Sereerak, the permanent secretary for education.

According to Mr Chana, it includes a list of more than 50 already-enrolled Mathayom 1 (Grade 7) students at the school, whose names were not displayed on the school's website among those eligible to enrol.

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