Lady Confesses Killing Her Fiancé Over S*x
A 24-year-old lady, now in police net, has explained while she stabbed her fiancé, Edet Ebong, to death with a kitchen knife.
The lady, identified as Blessing Edet, told our correspondent that the quarrel and subsequent fight which led to Ebong’s death was over s*x. Blessing, residing at Ogombo village, Lekki in Eti-Osa Local Government Area of Lagos State, said Ebong got angry and pounced on her after she refused him s*x.
Recalling the fateful incident of August 18, she said: “We lay down to sleep and he started making advances on me for s*x. I told him I had a hectic day and was tired. He flared up and started beating me. “He broke the standing mirror in the room and injured me above my left eye with the broken glass.
In defence, I ran to pick up the kitchen knife I had used while preparing ‘Indomie’ noodles for him.
I mistakenly stabbed him in the stomach.” Rather than look for ways to stem the blood flowing out from his stomach, Ebong allegedly continued to chase his lover round the room until he became too weak.
Blessing recounted: “After stabbing him, the fight continued. He went under the bed, brought out a cutlass and said he was going to kill me. It was at this point that my younger brother who had been trying to stop us, but to no avail, rushed out to call neighbours.
“My landlord heard the shout and rushed into our room. He saw Edet bleeding while I was holding a knife. He alerted the police and Edet was rushed to the hospital. Unfortunately he died two days after.”
The love birds had been engaged for the past 18 months and were at the verge of finalising their marriage plans when the tragedy occurred.
The late Ebong, an employee of Akwa Ibom State Transport Company (AKTC), had returned to home around 11:00PM on that fateful day. Blessing, who described herself as an orphan, added: “Edet was my fiancé. We have been in a relationship for about 18 months now.
However, six months ago, he had trouble with his accommodation; so I told him to move in with me since we were already engaged. “We have never had a misunderstanding before. But on that fateful day, I had just returned from the day’s business and was resting when he came in. Edet came in drunk. He requested I prepare ‘Indomie’ noodles for him, which I did. “After eating, he asked me of the engagement ring he had given to me. I told him it was on the table.
This was before he started beating me. Sincerely, I stabbed unintentionally, even while he was in the hospital, I prayed he would survive. I don’t know what came over him that day. We had good plans for the future.
He was not just a lover but also a brother.” Blessing said that she started living alone four years ago, after her aunt told her that her presence in her home was making her husband uncomfortable. The woman assisted Blessing and her kid brother to secure a room apartment. It was this home that Ebong later came to join her. When contacted, the state Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), DSP Patricia Amadin, said she was still trying to access the full details of the incident at press time. But a resident, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said: “It was around 12am and 1am when they started fighting.
They were disturbing the peace of the entire village. I heard the argument. It was about noddle which Blessing’s boyfriend, Obong, asked her to prepare. She prepared it without adding ‘Sardine’ which he had requested.