The woman from hell nanny who slapped, stomped, kicked, threw, and walked over an 18-month-old baby for throwing up on the floor while she was babysitting her is asking for forgiveness and said she’ll never do it again.
The 18-month-old Arnella Kamanzi, that was mercilessly beaten to near death by Jolly Tumuhiirwe is reported to have been taken to the hospital paediatric section of the Mulago Hospital to undergo further medical examinations.
According to a source from the national referral hospital in Uganda, “The baby was brought here for examinations and a number of tests will be done to establish whether she is in good health.”
Jolly Tumuhiirwe, who is currently in Luzira prison and has been scheduled to reappear in court on December 8th says the world should forgive her for beating baby Arnella to near death. She said her anger was referred to the innocent and defenceless baby because her father was sick and her bosses refused to pay her upfront.
“My dad in Kabale was very sick and yet my mom did not have any money. I asked my bosses for some money to send to my dad but they told me that I hadn’t made a month yet and my father was dying, so it kept on haunting me.”
“That is the more reason I referred the anger to the baby but I’m sorry. But that madam (Arnella’s mum) is not easy. She used to say that I steal money from the clothes and Eric’s wallet, I eat the babies food…and yet I can’t eat the food, I’m not a baby, those were all lies, so, I was also not happy from my heart.”
She went on to say she feels guilty for what she has done and that she did it because she thought she was disciplining the child as has seen the mother slapping Arnella as well.
“I feel guilty..ok when I was doing it I thought I was disciplining the baby because also the mother sometimes slaps her, I also saw from the mom. The torch I used was small and it’s not hard. I think, I will never do it again”
Hated in Prison
Speaking about her prison experience, Jolly says the other inmates hates her for what she has done and want to beat her up. She then went on to ask the world to forgive her and ask bosses to be nice to their maids.
“It’s not good at all even my fellow prisoners don’t want to associate with me, they want to beat me up. In fact, they were saying that I should join them in their rooms, nobody likes me and I’m feeling bad I will never do it again, I ask the world to forgive me and also tell the bosses who have maids to treat them well.”
See reports by Uganda Online.