Shoichi Okinaga, chairman of the trustee board and president of Teikyo University, plans to resign the chairmanship over a scandal involving backdoor admissions, university sources said Saturday.

Okinaga, 68, will remain as university president, the sources said. His son Yoshifumi will take over the chairmanship Jan. 1.

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