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Friday, January 17 2014

The latest information from Amarula Family regarding Paddy Bitama's burial is that the waiting is still on before he can eventually be laid to rest. Messe informed friends and family that the DNA samples have now been taken to Nairobi after it was discovered that the body was contaminated.

"Dear friends and Paddy Bitama's fans, the police and Doctors from Mulago Hospital have just informed us that the body was contaminated and the DNA process could not be completed. They have now decided to take the samples to Nairobi. We shall keep you informed."

Understanding the aspect of DNA contamination might require DNA experts for now. Police has also appealed for calm from Paddy Bitama's friends and family until they get a response from Nairobi.

Paddy Bitama lost the battle to cancer last Saturday and he was to be buried by Monday, but that was not possible as Peter Njegula interrupted the process by claiming that Paddy was his son to the utter shock of the family that was responsible for his upbringing.

Meanwhile, Peter is ready for whatever outcome of the results and he says that once all is done, Paddy can actually be buried on Masaka road, Mitala Maria where they had planned to bury him but also expressed shock over the other family that says should it turn out that Paddy is not their son, Peter will have to refund all the money that was spent on Paddy.END.

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