"When my wife went missing, I even went to the High Court and applied for court order instructing everybody to produce my wife whether dead or alive.
But all was in vain. I'm now surprised that the body was found in my septic tank." Was the statement from Francis Onebe when he was taken to police custody.
The controversial murder of the late Mary has been taking major twists as investigations are still being carried.
According to Daily Monitor news reports, Francis Onebe who is being held as the main suspect arrived to court today as he is facing murder charges of Mary Immaculate who went missing nine months ago only to be found dead in her matrimonial septic tank.
What will sell off Mr Onebe is that his CCTV cameras at his home are vandalised plus his statements are contradicting.
Take a look at some photos of Mr Onebe heading to court to face murder charges:
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