Watch the Police talk about it HERE
In a statement confirming that the maid has been arrested and charged with attempted murder, the police advise that people should "[take] great care while selecting domestic helpers." They recommend that families do background checks with friends, neighbours, local police, council and previous employers before taking on such an employee. But the police also added that families should treat domestic staff well.
In Uganda, there's no requirement for nannies to have qualifications and the police statement warns of other horror stories: "In extreme situations maids or helpers have suffocated babies to death, stuffed them in fridges, injected them with HIV/Aids, sexually molested infants and attempted suicide due to psychological problems and mental fits."
The video made it on to the internet after the girl's father Kamanzi shared it privately with family members, who then passed it on to their friends - one of whom then posted it online.
"Personally, I prefer my privacy but I'm sure I helped a lot of people out there and on that note I'm happy that the video is out there." Kamanzi says his daughter is now physically well.
Ms Jolly Tumuhirwe will appear in court on 8 December to face charges.