I stabbed, didn’t kill my girlfriend – Chinese lover
Frank Geng-Quangrong, a 47-year-old Chinese national who is on trial for culpable homicide, admitted before the Kano State High Court on Thursday that he accidentally stabbed his 22-year-old Nigerian girlfriend Ummukulsum Sani with a knife but did not intend to kill her.
Under cross-examination by the prosecution’s attorney, Kano State Director of Public Prosecution, Aisha Mahmoud, Geng-Quangrong, who resides in Railway Quarters, Kano, informed the court that a lot happened on that fateful day.
Geng-Quangrong testified in court that Sani pushed him onto the bed on the fateful day, and he stabbed her without intending to kill her. Geng-Quangrong arrived in Nigeria in 2019 to work as a marketing and sales manager at the BBY Textile Company in Kano, where he earned N1.5m monthly.
I wanted to take Sani to the hospital because the door was locked from the outside, but the police quickly arrived and took me into custody, Geng-Quangrong claimed.
It should be recalled, though, that Geng-Quangrong had earlier testified in court that Sani had injured his genitalia.
Abdullahi Abubakar, a urologist, was introduced by the defense attorney, Muhammad Dan’azumi, as a second witness for the defense. Abubakar informed the court that he has been a practicing urologist for more than 30 years and has taught at the Aminu Kano Teaching Hospital for 13 years.
“I retired in 2018, but I’m still working.” The testicle is more sensitive in the human body because it has sensory nerves, and when it is pulled, fear, fight, and flight will happen. This can lead to inflammation issues, erectile dysfunction, and urinary issues.
In order to survive the action, you try to fight the circumstance, the doctor explained. “As a result, the blood pressure will drop, there will be a low level of oxygen in the brain and the patient may faint or get shocked.”
Mahmoud claimed that on September 16, 2022, the defendant—who entered a not guilty plea—stabbed the deceased with a knife in her home in Kano’s Janbulo Quarters.
The prosecutor claimed that the offense was against Section 221(b) of the Penal Code.
Judge Sanusi Ado-Ma’aji postponed the case until April 6, 2023, for cross-examination and further defense, and he ordered the defense attorney to give the prosecution their witness list and a medical dictionary.