Crime & Investigation

Desire Luzinda Nude Photos Rattle Gov’t

Simon Mayende, the director information and national guidance in the office of the prime minister

A spy camera hidden by working parents to monitor their home while they were away has made a shocking revelation.

The camera caught the maid whom the parents had left with their barely three year old baby girl beating her to near death for vomiting on the family’s tiled floor.

The video which has since gone viral on social media first shows the maid forcing solid food into the mouth of the little one.

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After sometime, web the little baby girl who was also half naked throws up on the floor.

On seeing this, the maid throws the child ruthlessly  off the chair onto the tiled floor, spanks it with a flashlight several times, steps on its back and starts swinging atop then later kicks it hard several time in the chest and in the face.

The video ends as the merciless maid carries the motionless child away with one hand.

The Video (May contain disturbing content)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gs0LIXhOANM

 
A spy camera hidden by working parents to monitor their home while they were away has made a shocking revelation.

The camera caught the maid whom the parents had left with their barely three year old baby girl beating her to near death for vomiting on the family’s tiled floor.

The video which has since gone viral on social media first shows the maid forcing solid food into the mouth of the little one.

When the child fails to swallow it all, click she slaps her with a lot of force in the face.

After sometime, the little baby girl who was also half naked throws up on the floor.

On seeing this, the maid throws the child ruthlessly  off the chair onto the tiled floor, spanks it with a flashlight several times, steps on its back and starts swinging atop then later kicks it hard several time in the chest and in the face.

The heartbreaking video ends as the merciless maid carries the motionless child away with one hand.

The Video (May contain disturbing content)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gs0LIXhOANM

 
The government has reaffirmed its commitment to fighting crimes facilitated by social media after singer Desire Luzinda’s nude photos leaked to the internet, decease http://chistes-cortos.info/wp-content/plugins/gd-star-rating/code/fn/render.php Chimp Corps report.

Speaking at a media consult meeting at Hotel Africana on Friday under the theme “the role of the media in parenting and family reservation” Simon Mayende, treat the Director information and National Guidance in the Office of the Prime Minister  said government regretted the way social media was negatively impacting on societal values.

“We are working hard to make sure that there is no repeat of the Desire Luzinda sudden run-off of nude pictures in the country again. Numerous meetings are going on as we find ways to curb such content from getting on to social media,” Simon said.

It is upon this background that the government through The National Information Technology Authority Uganda (NITA-U) developed social media guidelines as a way of facilitating secure usage of social media platforms mainly Facebook and Twitter.

According to Mayende, despite curbing negative information and spreading propaganda, government embarked on this cause as one of the means through which different government ministries will efficiently share information across Government Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) as well as improving effectiveness of communication, sharing of information and open engagement and discussions with the public.

Mayende stressed that the guidelines would not infringe on people’s privacy but “enable them to adhere to the minimum ethical standards that are acceptable in the community.”

He added: “There are certain things you may do in private but be careful with your actions. Treat whatever is private or public with due care, be conscious and morally upright and always imagine you are not alone,” he counselled.

Representing parents, Dr Monica Etima, a pediatrician at Mulago hospital noted that despite the numerous information avenues available for the young generation in the country today, parents should not give up on their role to give accurate and timely information to their children if they have to preserve the nation’s moral fabric.

Susan Atengo, the commissioner secretary and director of legal affairs at Uganda Communication Commission said government has set up standards for broadcast information but with the introduction of the new media, the commission is still pondering ways on how to deal with the the new conditions.

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