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17years Old wife Kills her Husband for trying to have sex with her

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Salmah Hassan

A 17-year-old wife was accused of killing her husband because he tried to have sex with her in Bauchi. She said that she did not know that sex was a marriage obligation, so she thought the husband tried to pollute her by husband.

Salma Hassan, a resident of Itas-Gadau, held a parade at the Bauchi Police Headquarters on Tuesday, May 19 on the grounds that his husband was stabbed to death 11 days after marriage.

She told reporters that when her husband had sex with her that night, she believed that his behavior was wrong, so she objected. However, her husband beat her and tried to impose on her. She said, then she picked up a knife to scare him, but stabbed him by mistake.

“I never knew that sex was a marriage obligation. That fateful night, when he asked me for sex, I refused him because I was never involved. I thought he wanted to defile me.

“He later got angry and tried to force himself to slap and beat me, and then I picked up the knife to scare him away, but he was still coming. I didn’t know when I stabbed him in the chest.

“I’ve already given my statement. I suffer a lot. I am very bitter. I don’t know what will happen to me. But I wouldn’t do what I would if I knew better. ”

According to a police statement, the knife was recovered when they arrested Salma for guilty murders at her home in Itas-Gadau.

“On April 24, 2020 at about 0900 hours, a Haruna Musa’m ‘of Itas-Gadau reported in the Itas-Gadau department that a Salma Hassan’f’ at the same address stabbed her husband at 18 , A Muhammad Mustafa. Chest. As a result, he was seriously injured and sent to Itas-Gadau General Hospital for treatment, where he was certified dead. The suspect was arrested and has confessed to the crime. The exhibit recovered from the suspect is a knife.

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