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Ddembe FM’s Ruth Kalibbala finally weds longtime lover Charles Bwanika

Ruth Kalibbala and her husband Charles Bwanika pose for a photo outside Rubaga Cathedral after their wedding ceremony

Ruth Kalibbala’s girlfriend internship has finally ended. The Ddembe FM and Spark TV presenter has finally walked down the aisle with her long time partner Charles Bwanika.

Having been in a fruitful courtship for over 12 years, the couple renewed their vows today in holy matrimony at Rubaga Catholic Cathedral.

They will host guests at an invite only reception at Silver Springs Hotel, Kampala.

Kalibbala is the bubbly, interactive and entertaining woman behind the Twezimbe programme in Spark TV and Ddembe Fm.

At the age of 40, Kalibbala and her husband Charles Bwanika are parents to seven children aged 20, 18, 16, 11, eight, five and three.

She had her first child during senior six holidays in 1996; she was about 20 years old at the time. Besides being a Radio and TV presenter, Kalibbala is also an actor. She is best known for her role in Tendo sisters, a movie by Mariam Ndagire. She is also the face behind Life Guard condoms.

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