Wicked Ugandan Maid Finally Sentenced To 4 Years In Prison After Torturing Toddler
Do you remember the video of the wicked Ugandan Nanny that went viral about three weeks ago? Well, I deliberately did not want to post the story because it made me very depress. Also, being a mother myself, made it worse for me to comprehend.
Before I go further with the report, watch the shocking footage of this monster maid beating the innocent child.
In a hidden camera, nanny Jolly Tumuhiirwe, 22, was taped beating, kicking and stamping on the 18-month-old child, Naalya Kamanzi who was placed in her care. A video that sparked a worldwide outrage as a result of the cruelty of the nanny on an innocent child.
According to the child's father, Eric Kamanzi, he had noticed bruises on Naalya several times and on one occasion, the toddler was limping. So he decided to install a CCTV to monitor what was going on in his home while little Naalya was in the care of Tumuhiirwe. Shockingly, this violent video was what he got.
Enraged Mr Kamanzi beats Tumuhiire blue-black and she ran to the Police station to have her boss arrested. However, the table was turned around on the evil nanny after the angry father showed the police the video and that was how Tumuhiire got arrested.
On Friday, Tumuhiire pled guilty to tortoring Naalya and asked for forgiveness. She said her reason for assaulting the toddler was because she had asked the parents for some money so that she could take care of her dying father in the village. Sadly, she was asked to wait until the end of the month - a response she did not expect from them. Out of frustration, she transferred her aggression on their child. She also stated that the child's mother had assaulted her countless times too.
The mother of the child denied assaulting her maid and the claim was dropped by the court.
According to Chief Magistrate Lillian Buchan, Tumuhiire's actions was an "unjustifiable and inexcusable" crime. She sentenced her to 4 years in prison.
She also stated that the sentence was appropriate in light of the "ruthlessness exhibited" on an "innocent, helpless child", reports the AFP news agency.
"It's not for us to decide the punishment for what she committed," said Mr Kamanzi who seemed content with the decision of the judge.
"We hope this has set an example for other maids out there, that you can't just go to someone's house and torture their baby and expect to walk out," he added.
Little Naalya Kamanzi
Naayla and her father with another toddler
Naalya and her mother