The body of a Ugandan businesswoman who briefly moved to Kenya in 1993 after separating from her husband has reportedly been found at her marital home’s septic tank after vanishing on January 6, 2021.
According to the Daily Monitor, the body, believed to be that of Immaculate Mary Blessing Asio, was discovered on Wednesday in a sack weighed down with stones in Munyonyo, Kampala, alongside that of a yet-to-be-identified person – said to be her househelp, who is reported to have also vanished around the same period.
The interior of the house had reportedly been renovated.
In a diary recovered by investigators, Asio, the chief executive of Pentagon Security Services Ltd, reportedly documented torture at the hands of unnamed family members, opened up about her struggles to be safe and spoke of living without love at home
The 62-year-old mother of one, who frequently commuted to her other enterprise in Nairobi, said she feared for her life.
She once fled her marital home to a rented house in Buziga, 7km south of the capital, Kampala, but returned home after her husband, Francis Onebe, engaged his in-laws for reconciliation and promised to change his behaviour
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