Video & Photos: Cameroonian Care Worker Stanley Nkenka Jailed For Beating Disabled Boy
Nov 22, 2014 – Video & Pictures: Cameroonian HealthCare, Personal Support Worker Stanley Nkenka Jailed For Abusing Autistic Boy In The UK
The parents of the young boy pictured above are heartbroken after watching in horror a secret video of a care worker beating their disabled son in the bedroom.
Mr Paul and Mrs Julie Rowlands became suspicious their autistic son was been maltreated whenever they visit him at the care home 19-year-old Zak lives, as he usually feels bad whenever they set to leave.
The couple installed a hidden camera in his room and they discovered Zak was actually being abused by a care worker at Oxen Barn, specialist residential home in the United Kingdom.
Watch the video below
Footage from the hidden camera exposed Stanley Nkenka, a care worker hitting Zak about the head, calling him a stupid boy and leaving him alone in the dark in tears. He was also seen flicking the teenager in the face with a dressing gown and later warning as he stood over him: “Right, don’t come out. If you come, I hit your head.”
Nkenka then hits Zak’s head again before ending with a veiled threat, pointing at him: “Cross the mark…” At the end of the heartbreaking clip, autistic Zak is heard crying into his pillow in the dark bedroom.
His parents reported to the right authorities and Nkenka who is from Cameroon was charged and now jailed for 6 months.
Zak parents are now launching a campaign for cameras to be installed in all care home bedrooms to stop further abuse.
This is heart breaking. This man thought he is still back in his country… Very sad!