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Furious Israeli Man Kills Wife, Throw Her In Septic Tank After Child’s DNA Results Turn Negative

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Israeli man kills Ugandan wife after childs DNA results turn negative – police

By Gad Masereka

Mpigi: An Israeli man is being detained by police in the Mpigi District after it was claimed that he killed his wife and concealed her body parts in a septic tank.

The case of his wife Monica Nabukenya, 25, going missing was first reported on July 16, 2023, according to Raed Wated, a native of Kalagala Village in Mpigi area and manager at Reynolds Construction Company Ltd. (RCC) workshop in Kayabwe, in the same area.

According to reports, Wated took their 6-month-old child for a Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) test because he thought Nabukenya was unfaithful.

According to a police statement, “Wated decided to take the child for a DNA test and it so happened that the results turned negative.”

Police said that after some arguments and when he got home, he killed his wife and dumped her body in their compound’s sewage tank, partially covering the body with soil.

Detectives at Kayabwe Police Station asked the suspect to take them to his house while questioning him. When they arrived, they were immediately overcome by the smell of a dead body. They looked, and they discovered it in a septic tank. Taheed confessed to killing his wife after being questioned because the DNA test results were negative, according to the police statement.

The couple had been leading a secluded life, according to Richard Ddumba, the chairperson of Kalagala Village, Kayabwe Town Council, until he recently learned that they had argued over the father of a six-month-old child.

The man took the child for a DNA test, which revealed that he is not the child’s biological father, according to what he knew about the situation. The couple had only one child.

A distraught Wated reportedly approached Ddumba four months ago and claimed to be pressing for a divorce.

Wated allegedly filed for divorce, but the court hadn’t yet made a decision when the murder took place.

He said, “I was shocked to learn that he had allegedly killed the wife already as he was pushing to secure divorce through the court.”

Ddumba asserts that the wife’s alleged killer may have killed her on either Thursday or Friday of last week.

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