Immaculate Mary Blessing Asio, the missing wife of Francis Onebe, whose body is presumed to be the one that police retrieved from their marital home’s septic tank last Wednesday, feared for her life, according to multiple sources.
Family and other sources close to the inquiries told this newspaper that Ms Asio, 62, faced physical brutality and at times relocated to live in a rented home in Buziga, another Kampala suburb close to their marital home in Munyonyo.
Her troubles stretched for years, but worsened from December 2019, and she began documenting the torture that she endured at the hands of unnamed family members and the imminent risk she faced.
In one entry on December 3, 2019, Ms Asio pleaded that “let all that I have struggled together be safe one day when I am gone”.
Her death has elicited something wild reactions with the husband suspected to be the main suspect in his wife's killing.
In a shocking twist another body has been found inside the same septic tank raising more questions than answers.
A Cctv footage from the same house is also being hunted by detectives to determine what transpired and who could have killed the wealthy lady.
Francis... The conclusion is that the guy killed his wife! He's just being a smart fellow.....the investigations needs to move faster so that enquiry into the matter is conclude and pushed to court...the guy is extremely dangerous to be left at large
Becky... Very sad indeed 😞😢.
According to my human personal understanding which is further corroborated by her statements in d dairy, this guy( the husband) has a hand in d death of his wife. I also suspect Onebe's other elderly children from his other marriage if he has any.
Ruhanga... Oh God, the diary notes are very disturbing, please relatives cooperate n police concludes this matter, the suspect must be very dangerous, two bodies in his home n he disconnected the CCTV ... God have mercy on the girl child at least you divorce...... than killing your partner.
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