By THE NATION
Johm’s declared assets include Bt14.4 million in bank deposits, Bt2.1 million in investments and properties valued at Bt4.1 million, according to information made public by the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC).
The former Air Force chief declared yearly earnings include Bt1.8 million in wages, Bt1.3 million in NLA remuneration, Bt1.6 million and Bt1.8 million in payments and meeting fees from Thai Airways and Thai Aviation Industries, respectively.
He also reported a bank loan worth Bt1.03 million.
Johm also declared that his wife, Group Captain Koranan, has assets worth Bt7.9 million, including Bt2.6 million in bank deposits, three cars valued at Bt2.3 million in total and properties worth Bt2.9 million. He also reported that his spouse earned Bt853,380 a year and had a bank loan of Bt1.3 million.
Johm served as commander-in-chief of the Royal Thai Air Force from October 2016 until the end of September this year. He was appointed as a member of the Privy Council in early October.
Like other public-office holders, Johm is required by law to declare his finances, including income, assets and debts to the NACC after assuming office and after leaving office.