According to Police, that the woman captured in a video beating a toddler has had three children from three different relationships in the past few years.
Deborah Nabulime, 22 was arrested on Saturday after a video went viral in which she was captured brutalizing her child in an incident that happened at Busula A in Katikamu Sub County in Luweero District.
In the video lasting one minute and fourteen seconds, the wicked mother was seen beating her naked child more than 20 minutes inside one minute.
The mother continues to beat the two-year-old daughter until she slips off a basin with water pouring out but the wicked Nabulime is not about to end.
She hits the baby continuously with a slipper on the arms, head, legs, back and hands from when the baby is on the ground to when she gets back to the basin but the cries for mercy from the baby fell on deaf ears of Nabulime.
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The video has since led to widespread condemnation and uproar from members of the public.
The suspect has since been arrested by police in Luweero.
According to police spokesperson, Fred Enanga, further investigations have indicated that Nabulime has three children aged four years, two years and four months all from different men.
“She is a mother of three children from three separate relationships and could have been affected for having three failed relationships. Her first born of four years was from her relationship with Christopher Kivumbi, the second born of two years that she was victimizing was from a second relationship with a man she has refused to disclose. The third child of four months is from her third relationship with Isaac Male,”Enanga said.
“We believe that her anger towards the two-year-old child is transferred from the broken relationship with the father in the second relationship whom she has concealed. We believe this because the other two children of four years and four months are treated very well by her unlike the two-year-old girl from the second relationship.”
Enanga said police got concerned after the video went viral in which the suspect showed no sympathy and loved towards the child as is expected of a mother
He noted that after arrest, Nabulime is set to be arraigned before court in Luweero to answer charges of torture.