The CID public relations officer Twine Charles Mansion said in a statement dated September 15 that the remains were believed to belong to Immaculate Onebe, wife of Francis Onebe.
Following a post mortem report, the Uganda Police has handed over the remains of a victim found stuffed in a septic tank at the home of Francis Onebe.
In a statement dated September 15, Twine Charles Mansion the public relations officer of the CID said the remains are believed to be of one Immaculate Onebe the wife to Francis Onebe.
Twine said results from the medics and a team of pathologists confirmed that the bones recovered from the Septic tank were for one person and not two as earlier indicated from the scene of crimes investigators.
“In furtherance to the ongoing investigations surrounding the alleged disappearance and subsequent murder of Mrs.Immaculate Onebe, we wish to confirm that, we have received the Postmortem report in relation to the remains that were found in the home of Mr and Mrs Francis Onebbe,” he said.
In addition, he said the bones were submitted for further forensic examination and scientifically identified as that of an adult female.
The DNA from the skeletons samples and that of the family members also clearly matched.
“As a result the remains of late Mrs. Immaculate Onebbe were handed over to her immediate family members for decent burial,” Twine added saying that investigations are still underway to determine how the deceased’s body was dumped and concealed in the septic tank.
“Our task team of investigators, are now focused on gathering evidence surrounding the circumstances under which the late Mrs. Immaculate Onebbe disappeared, how her body was dumped and concealed in the septic tank, and other relevant evidence to warrant prosecution of the culprits behind this gruesome murder.”
For the past months, Mr Onebe the husband to Immaculate has been alleging that his wife was abducted as she had gone out to the shop to purchase some food items.
“She had gone outside to the main road to buy Irish potatoes but surprisingly she took long minus returning so I told my gate man to go to the market where she normally buys items from and within three to four minutes he only returned with items she had bought,” Onebe said in an interview with NTV recently.
According to one vendor who appeared in the same video, Immaculate left the items behind and told them that someone will come and pick them from there.
However, CCTV footage of the area shows Immaculate travelling back home with polythene after buying some foodstuffs advancing near a fuel station.
More footage from the Church ministries which is near the reported Gaz fuel station also shows immaculate walking home.
Another source explaining the camera footage indicates that they saw Immaculate moving across the road and after some distance, she crossed to the other side of the road and that is when she was abducted.
“A drone was seen passing by with a lady in black also trailing her from behind, this drone really had very bright lights and when it by passed her, that was the last time we saw any movements I think that Drone might have parked and then this lady maybe pushed her in because that was the last we saw these people on the road,” the source said.
Mr Onebe in his explanation says the security personnel who he first contacted immediately after the abduction of his wife told him not to lose hope saying that his wife was with those in security.
While responding to Mr Onebe’s claim recently, Fred Enanga the police spokesperson said Onebe called them requesting them to halt the search of his wife on account that he knew where she was.
“I think he suspected that security agencies but he did not give details on which agencies he was talking about,” Enanga said recently.