A group of Russian students have taken cheating to a new level after a university professor discovered what is believed to be the world’s biggest cheat note. The students prepared the note on a 12.1-foot-long roll of wallpaper ahead of their nuclear physics exam.
It was discovered in the city of Voronezh in south western Russia’s Voronezh Oblast region.
Pictures of the roll were posted on social media, where they quickly went viral.
The giant cheat note included detailed answers to 35 questions on nuclear physics that lecturers had warned students to expect.This long journey case again. The Head, Funds Transfer Unit of GTBank, Amazi Nwachuckwu, appeared before the Code of Conduct Tribunal today, giving details of how Senate President Bukola Saraki funded his offshore accounts between 2009 and and 2012.
Mr. Nwachukwu, who within the period served at the Central Clearing and Foreign Operations Units of the bank, appeared before the CCT as the second prosecution witness in the ongoing trial of Saraki on charges bordering on false asset declaration.
The witness confirmed that Saraki was keeping dollar, pounds sterling and naira accounts domiciled in the Ilorin, Kwara State branch of the GTBank.
The prosecution said Saraki did not declare the foreign accounts to the Code of Conduct Bureau while being governor and a Senator during the period.
While being led in evidence by the lead prosecuting counsel, Mr. Rotimi Jacobs (SAN), he said the Senate President transferred funds to his foreign accounts between 2009 and 2012.
He said Saraki moved over $3m from his dollar account to his foreign account during the period.
He also said Saraki transferred the sum of $73,223.28 to America Express Services Euro Limited, New York, through their bank, America Express Bank, New York.
He said, “Dr. Saraki filled the form in Kwara State Government House, Ilorin.
“He gave instruction to transfer the sum of $73,223.28 to the beneficiary America Express Services Euro Limited, New York, through their bank, America Express Bank, New York to account number 730580 maintained by America Express Service Euro Limited.
“The purpose of payment was funding for amounts utilised on AMEX (American Express) cards issued to the customer (dollar credit card no. 374588216836009).
“For his dollar account number 441/441953/2/1/0, the customer signed the fund transfer form. The form was received from the account officer in Ilorin branch. We then processed it and transferred it to our corresponding bank abroad.
“The corresponding bank then transferred it America Express Bank Limited.”
He said the transfer was for the “funding for amount utilised on the payment cards issued to Saraki.”
He said the former Kwara State Governor transferred the total sum of £1,526,194.53 from his pounds sterling account to his Fortis Bank, London account in three instalments within two days on February 15 and 16, 2010.
He also said the GTB also offered a N375m loan to Saraki through a letter dated February 10, 2010.
According to the witness, Saraki instructed GTB to transfer the pounds sterling equivalent of the loan to fund mortage on a property in London.
He said, “In Exhibit 7 is a letter dated February 10, 2010.
In the 14th out of the 16 counts preferred against the Senate President, Saraki was said to have failed to declare his interest in “an American Express Service Card with No: 374588216836009 wherein you (Saraki) transferred huge sums of money in dollars from your Guaranty Trust Bank domiciliary account No: 441441953210 in Nigeria to the American Express Service, Europe, whilst you Executive Governor of Kwara State.”
The offence is said to be contrary to section 15 of the Code of Conduct Bureau and Tribunal Act and a punishable offence.