Crime & Investigation

PHOTOS: Abusive Maid Pleads Guilty

Former Ugandan Big Brother representative, mind adiposity Stella Nantumbwe alias Ellah who was evicted from the house last Sunday – just a week shy of the grand finale – is set to jet into the country Monday evening.

She arrives at exactly 7 pm at Entebbe International Airport where she will be received by fans and media.

Ellah, who was evicted a week ago, has been chilling in South Africa and must have stayed to witness the grand finale where her lover, Tanzania’s Idris bagged the USD300,000 prize money, beating his Nigerian rival, Tayo.

Ellah who was nominated for eviction several times was always saved by Africa until her luck ran out just a week before the grand finale when she was evicted.

The huge following former Miss Uganda attained during her stay in the Big Brother house is ready to receive her at Entebbe International Airport when she arrives and give her the warmest welcome even though she did not make it to the finals.

After receiving her, the fans and journalists will then proceed to Rose Mary’s Courts in Entebbe opposite Faze3 where a press conference and media interviews will be held.

Our Chimp Corp will be there to bring you the exclusive interview where she will talk about her experience in the house, Idris and several other interesting developments.

She will also discuss her plans after the house and how she will use her newly found fame across Africa.


The abusive maid who was caught on cameras beating up a baby in Kampala, dosage touching off a huge public outcry for justice, about it has pleaded guilty to torture, Chimp Corps report.

While appearing before City Hall Grade one magistrate Moses Nabende, Jolly Tumuhiirwe, 22, admitted torturing 18-months-old Arnella Kamanzi before begging for mercy from parents of the baby.

She further asked the angered nation: “It was an error on my part. I request the whole country to forgive me. This will not happen again.”

The state prosecutor, Jolly Tushabe, requested court for more time to produce more witnesses and facts to expose Tumuhiirwe’s brutality.

The development comes just a week after Police released more investigation findings indicating that the infamous Kampala brutal maid has a history of torturing babies.

Tumuhaire  in black stripped skirt heading to the prisons vehicle immediately after  the court session
Tumuhaire in black stripped skirt heading to the prisons vehicle immediately after the court session

Speaking at a press conference at the police headquarters in Naguru last week, Police’s Director of Criminal Investigations Grace Akullo said Tumuhiiwre brutalized children of her former employees as well.

The suspect was last month secretly filmed battering baby Arnella, a clip that went viral majorly on social media, sparking nationwide public anger.

The graphic footage, which is taken from a camera hidden in the corner of the living room, shows the woman thumping the little girl when she resists feeding and then throwing her to the floor, beating her with a torch, before stepping on her and kicking her.

“We are proceeding with the investigations and just recently we discovered that Tumuhiirwe had actually lived and worked as a maid in Kampala for some time,” said Akullo.

Eric Kamanzi, (in blue stripped shirt) the father to the tortured kid didn't miss the court session
Eric Kamanzi, (in blue stripped shirt) the father to the tortured kid didn’t miss the court session

At her previous employers, whose details police refused to divulge, Tumuhirwe is said to have thrown out and abandoned another toddler in raging rainfall.

The baby was reportedly found shivering in the heavy downpour by her patents, who were compelled to immediately sack the maid.

“The angry maid perhaps didn’t expect that her master was coming back, so she threw the little child out in the rain, where the mother found it. That’s how she left before joining the Kamanzis.”

Akullo noted that police are making further background checks whose details would be availed in the subsequent briefs.

The court session was held amid tight security
The court session was held amid tight security
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