Sister Charity, a western Ugandan musical artist and TV personality, has turned 41.
She was born June 7, 1980 (age 41 years), in Kyangyengyi Sheema, western Uganda..
She presents the morning show on TV West in Mbarara, Uganda.
She is popularly known for her 2001 hit song Grade.
She sings mostly in her native language Runyankole and then Luganda and English.
Sister Charity (Real name Kobutungi Charity) presents the morning show (Sisimuka) on TV West in Mbarara, Uganda.
She was listed among the best artists from Western Uganda alongside Juliana Kanyomozi, Ray GAngella Katatumba and Toniks on Hi Pipo.
Charity was married to Rasta Charz, founder of Rays Band, from 2003 until their separation in 2014.
Her children include; Tibo-Ruhanga Morris (Son) and Ayebazibwe Innocent (Son).
She started singing with a group called TYE (Train the youth effort) band in 2000 and has nine albums and several awards to her name.