Kyodo News Agency reported that Yoshitoku Akimoto, the Director of the Information and Communication Administration of the Ministry of General Affairs of Japan
Who had a dinner with the eldest son of Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga, changed his attitude on topics related to
satellite TV business at the 19th at the budget committee meeting of the House of Representatives, admitting that
“it is now believed that there may have been relevant remarks”.
Previously, he said that he had “no impression” about the audio that was suspected to have been recorded at the dinner party.
General Secretary Ryota Takeda announced at a press conference on the 19th that among the four cadres of the
Ministry of General Affairs who had dinner with Yoshihide Suga eldest son, the Cabinet Office will transfer
Akita and Hironobu Yumoto, the deliberation officer of the official on the 20th, which was actually for replacement.