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Charlene Ruto once again pops up during Khalwale’s latest announcement of newest unveiled daughter Inger Khalwale

by Joshua Wanga
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Kakamega senator Boni Khalwale kept up the Christmas tradition with his personal tradition of revealing each of his many descendants one at a time, the latest being the beautiful Inger Imbuhila Khalwale. However, strangely, in the peripheries lurking was the increasingly towering shadow of President William Ruto’s now famous daughter Charlene Ruto.

Khalwale took to Twitter to celebrate the fact that not only had his daughter served in employment for a year now as an Actuarial Science graduate, but she had also surprised him with a goat as a Christmas present. His tweet read,
Dr Boni Khalwale, CBS
Ooh my, do years fly! My daughter, Inger Imbuhila Khalwale, suprises me with a x-mass goat gift underscoring our appreciation of her first year in employment as an Acturial Scientist. God is good!

However, one of his observant followers who effortlessly noted Inger’s receding hairline brought attention to the now increasing commonness of this feature, calling upon society to ready itself for such as a commonality in future. His tweet read
Mr McCall
Replying to @KBonimtetezi
If this trend continues in next 50 years we’ll have to accept female pattern baldness. So many women today have a receded hairline.

Worth noting is that Charlene Ruto has come under scorn in recent times over what hateful commentators have termed as her bald head. This has even led to her being tagged offensive slurs such as Shaolin Ruto.
Female pattern baldness is the most common type of hair loss in women.

Female-pattern baldness is a pattern of hair loss (alopecia) caused by hormones, aging and genetics. Unlike male-pattern baldness, female-pattern baldness is an over-all thinning which maintains the normal hairline.
Each strand of hair sits in a tiny hole in the skin called a follicle. In general, baldness occurs when the hair follicle shrinks over time, resulting in shorter and finer hair. Eventually, the follicle does not grow new hair.

The follicles remain alive, which suggests that it is still possible to grow new hair.
The reason for female pattern baldness is not well understood, but may be related to:
Changes in the levels of androgens (hormones that can stimulate male features)
Family history of male or female pattern baldness
Heavy loss of blood during menstrual periods
Certain medicines, such as estrogenic oral contraceptive

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