is one of Uganda’s outstanding female performers. She performs
different styles of music namely; world fusion, zouk & Ugandan
contemporary/pop. She is a composer, dancer, storyteller, actor
and a lover of culture.
She is also gifted with the ability to speak several folk
languages in Uganda. This makes her communication with people
from different tribes much easier thus developing her carrier.
She has performed with many theatre
masters in and outside Uganda such as Catherine Tickel from
Netherlands, Sarah Rubidge from UK, Franciscan Choir at Christ
the King Church Uganda, Big Five band and at the moment with
For a long time now, Ndagire has been a famous voice on several
radio stations. She’s been a presenter on Radio Uganda, Capital
Radio and now on Dembe fm.
As a singer, her songs have been popular on radio stations in
Uganda and on East African Radio.
As far as giving back to community, Ndagire volunteers at a
local NGO “Ngaita ku kibi widows and Elderly Network”.
She is also a peer educator and counselor under which she has
worked with youth organizations such as Youth Alive, Sufa etc.,
which sensitize the youth about Aids and help them to make
responsible choices that will make their hearts beat longer.
In many of her songs, she sings about problems faced by women in
families such as being abandoned by their husbands yet they have
children. She is indeed committed to the cause of Women and
She is available for residences and workshops; she can take you
through the history of Uganda and her ethnic groups, music,
dances and musical instruments. She is very knowledgeable about
women and music in Uganda, Uganda's food and dress culture and a
Ndagire is a Ugandan based in
Kampala. Her father Mr. Kibuuka Zechariah (R.I.P) was a Muganda
and her mother Ms. Bonabana Edith is a Munyankole from Ibanda,
Kayongo, Kasharara also known as “karo karungi”. Since in Uganda
a child takes the fathers clan, tribe and totem, this makes
Ndagire a Muganda belonging to the Mamba clan like her late
Despite having many Songs that are rocking Kampala’s airwaves,
Ndagire has not yet released an album. Want to know why? Email
her. She is very interested in working with professionals from
all over to create new sounds. Her only instrument is her voice.
If you are interested in collaboration, her contact
P.O. BOX 24871,
Keep watching this space for Sarah's song reviews and MP3s