I stabbed, didn’t kill my girlfriend – Chinese lover tells court.
A 47-year-old Chinese national, Frank Geng-Quangrong, who is standing trial for culpable homicide, on Thursday, admitted before a Kano State High Court that he stabbed his Nigerian girlfriend, Ummukulsum Sani, 22, with a knife but had no intention to kill her.
Geng-Quangrong, who resides in Railway quarters, Kano, under cross-examination by the prosecution counsel, Kano State Director, Public Prosecution, Aisha Mahmoud, told the court that on that fateful day, a lot transpired.
Geng-Quangrong, who 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, told the court that on that fateful day, Sani pushed him onto the bed, and he stabbed her without the intention of killing her.
However, it should be recalled that Geng-Quangrong earlier told the court that Sani injured him on his genitals.
The defence counsel, Muhammad Dan’azumi, presented a urologist, Abdullahi Abubakar, as a defence second witness.